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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 

NINETEENTH REPORT 



CORPORATION COMMISSION 



BIENNIAL PERIOD, 1917-1918 



COMPILATIONS FROM RAILROAD RETURNS ARE FOR YEARS ENDING 
DECEMBER 31, 1916 AND 1917 



RALEIGH 

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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 

CORPORATION COMMISSION 



J. S. Griffin, Clerk. 
Miss E. G. Riddick, 
Miss Meta Adams, 

Assistant Clerks. 



W. T. LEE, Chairman; 
GEORGE P. PELL, 
A. J. MAXWELL, 

Commissioners. 



RATE DEPARTMENT. 

W. G. WoMBLE, Rate Clerk. 
Wiley G. Barnes, Stenographer. 



Tax Department. 
O. S. Thompson, Tax Clerk. 
Miss Belle Andrews, 
Miss Ila Barnes, 
Miss Marion Baker, 
Miss Grace Lee, 

Assistant Clerks. 



BANKING department. 

S. A. Hubbard, Bank Examiner. 

W. H. WOOLARD, 

C. W. Cloninger, 

Assistant Examiners. 
T. H. Bennett, Bank Clerk. 



LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 



Department of the Corporation Commission, 

RaleicxH, K C, December 31, 1918. 

His Excellency, T. W. Bickett, 

Governor of North Carolina, 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Sir: — We have the honor to submit herewith report of the Corpora- 
tion Commission for the year ending December 31, 1918. 

Respectfully submitted, 

W. T. Lee, Chairman; 
George P. Pell, 
A. J. Maxwell, 

Commissioners. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS. 



CITIZENS OF KINSTON v. ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COM 
PANY AND NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD COMPANY. 

Upon consideration of the record in above entitled proceeding, the order of 
the Commission that the defendant companies submit plans for union pas- 
senger station at Kinston by April 13, 1916, having been extended from time 
to time by reason of change of location of proposed depot, by agreement with 
Kinston Chamber of Commerce, and by reason of difference between the de- 
fendant companies as to detail of plans for construction of said union depot, 
and no satisfactory reason appearing why there should be further delay, it is 

Ordered, that the defendant companies submit plans for an adequate union 
passenger station to be erected on the Caswell Street Junction site at Kinston, 
N. C, not later than Thursday, February 1, 1917, or show cause why penalty 
should not be imposed as provided in section 1087 of the Revisal. It is 
further 

Ordered, that construction of said depot be commenced not later than 
March 1, 1917, and completed not later than June 1, 1917, or that cause be 
shown why penalty should not be imposed for failure to comply with this 
order. 

By order of the Commission: A. J. Maxwell, 

January 24, 1917. Clerk. 



CITIZENS OF KINSTON v. ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COM- 
PANY AND NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD COMPANY. 

PLANS FOR UNION DEPOT. 

The defendant companies above named having submitted plans for a union 
passenger depot at Kinston, North Carolina, and, in the opinion of the Com- 
mission the said plans being inadequate, it is 

Ordered, that the plans submitted for the Kinston union depot be and they 
are hereby disapproved. 

It is further ordered, that the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company and 
the Norfolk Southern Railroad Company submit more adequate plans for 
union passenger depot at Kinston within thirty days from this date. 

By order of the Commission: A. J. Maxwell, 

June 20, 1917. Clerk. 



CITIZENS OF KINSTON v. ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COM- 
PANY AND NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD COMPANY. 

PLANS FOR UNION DEPOT. 

Upon application of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company in above 
entitled case for extension of time for filing amended plans for union pas- 
senger station at Kinston, it is 



b N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

Ordered, that time for filing amended plans by the Atlantic Coast Line Rail- 
road Company and the Norfolk Southern Railroad Company for union pas- 
senger station at Kinston be extended from July 20, 1917, to August 20, 1917. 

By order of the Commission: 

This the 17th day of July, 1917. A. J. Maxwell, 

Clerk. 



CITIZENS OF KINSTON v. ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COM- 
PANY AND NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD COMPANY. 

PLANS FOR U^^ION PASSENGER STATION AT KINSTON. 

After full hearing in above entitled matter on plans submitted by the de- 
fendant companies, it is 

Ordered, that the plans submitted be approved as to floor space dimensions 
and arrangement, and that the defendant companies submit within twenty 
(20) days from this date additional plans covering a different style of eleva- 
tion and roof. 

By order of the Commission: A. J. Maxwell, 

September 15, 1917. Clerk. 



IN THE MATTER OF FOSBURGH LUMBER COMPANY— APPLICATION 
TO BECOME LIMITED COMMON CARRIER. 

order. 

In the above entitled matter is appearing to the Commission that the Fos- 
burg Lumber Company is a corporation engaged in the business of manufac- 
turing logs into sawed lumber, and that the said company has built a logging 
road from the town of Hollister, in the county of Halifax, to a station on the 
Seaboard Air Line Railway named Vaughan, in Warren County, in said State 
of North Carolina, a distance of about fourteen and one-half miles: 

And it further appearing that the said Fosburgh Lumber Company has 
petitioned this Commission, according to the provisions of chapter 160 of the 
Acts of the General Assembly of 1911, and acts amendatory thereto, for au- 
thority to transport commodities other than its own, except sawed logs, over 
and upon its said logging road, and to charge therefor reasonable rates to 
be approved by the Commission ; 

And it further appearing from said petition that the said Fosburgh Lum- 
ber Company has no locomotives nor rolling stock adequate and sufficient for 
transporting sawed logs, and that the same cannot be acquired by the said 
Fosburgh Lumber Company without an expenditure and outlay of such a sum 
as would entail an unnecessary hardship upon the said Fosburgh Lumber 
Company, and that the said Fosburgh Lumber Company in its petition, has 
asked permission as provided to transport all commodities other than its 
own, except sawed logs. Now, therefore, it is 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS < 

Okdered, by the Corporation Commission, That the said Fosburgh Lumber 
Company be and it is hereby authorized to transport over and upon its said 
logging road all kinds of commodities other than its own, except sawed logs, 
and to charge therefor reasonable rates, which rates are named in the said 
petition of the Fosburgh Lumber Company and shown by schedule furnished 
and attached to said application, and such rates are hereby approved. 

E. L. Travis, 

February 12, 1917. Chairman. 



BYRD AND ALBRITTON V. ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD 

COMPANY. 

IN THE MATTER OF INDUSTRIAL SIDING 

In the above entitled proceeding, the petitioners ask that the defendant 
company be required to install industrial siding connecting with their plant 
adjoining the property of the defendant company at Calypso. 

Upon consideration of the record in this case, after investigation and hear- 
ing, it appearing to the Commission that sufficient business will be offered to 
defendant company by the petitioners to justify the installation of such in- 
dustrial siding: 

It is therefore ordered. That the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company 
put in side track to the plant of petitioner at Calypso, the side track to 
spring from their main line or pass track south of the depot at Calypso, 
within thirty days from this date, the petitioner to do the necessary grading 
and furnish cross-ties and switch ties and the defendant company to furnish 
all other necessary material and install same. 

By order of the Commission: A. J. Maxwell, 

February 15, 1917. Clerk. 



BYRD & ALBRITTON v. ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY. 

IN THE MATTER OF INDUSTRIAL SIDING. 

Referring to former order in this case, it having been determined at a 
further hearing that it will be more practical to install said siding from 
the north rather than from the south, and petitioners having caused title to 
be executed for defendant company such additional land adjoining its right 
of way as is necessary to install said siding from the north, it is 

Ordered, That the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company put in said side 
track to the plant of the petitioner at Calypso to spring from the track of 
defendant north of the depot at Calypso, in accordance with the terms set out 
in former order bearing date February 15, 1917, within thirty days from 
this date. 

By order of the Commission: 

This July 10, 1917. A. J. Maxwell, 

Clerk. 



b ISr. C. CORPORATION" COMMISSION" 

IN THE MATTER OF JOHN L. ROPER LUMBER COMPANY, A LUMHER 
CORPORATION— PETITION FOR LICENSE TO CARRY FREIGHT 
AND CHARGE THEREFOR. 

ORDER. 

In the alDove entitled matter, it appearing to the Commission that the John 
L. Roper Lumber Company is a corporation, engaged in the business of manu- 
facturing logs into sawed lumber, and that the said John L. Roper Lumber 
Company has caused to be constructed for its logging purposes a line of 
standard gage railroad running from a point known as Clarks Junction, on 
the Norfolk Southern Railroad, near New Bern, Craven County, in a general 
southerly direction through the counties of Craven, Jones, and Onslow, to or 
near Catherine Lake, in Onslow County, a distance of approximately forty 
miles, and expects to extend the line about twelve miles further: 

And it further appearing that the said Lumber Company has been and. is 
continuously being requested by citizens along their line of road to transport 
freight for them and others, and that the said Roper Lumber Company is 
willing to accommodate such parties so long as the road continues in its 
present position, provided, it may do so lawfully and charge reasonable 
rates therefor, except that the said Roper Lumber Company does not desire 
to be required to transport forest products which comes in competition with 
its own; Now, therefore, it is 

Ordered, that the said John L. Roper Lumber Company be and is hereby 
authorized to transport over and upon its said lumber railroad all kinds of 
commodities other than its own, except sawed logs and saw lumber, and to 
charge therefor rates made 150 per cent of the standard rates as promulgated 
by this Commission and which are applied to transportation lines like the 
Seaboard Air Line, subject to such changes and modifications as may from 
time to time be made and approved by the Commission. 

E. L. Travis, 

March 7, 1917. Chairman. 



SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY TO THE COMMISSION— APPLICATION 
TO DISCONTINUE AGENCY AT NEWELL, N. C. 

Application having been made by the Southern Express Company for au- 
thority to close its office at the station of Newell, in Miecklenburg County, 
N. C, and it appearing that due notice of such application has been posted 
at said station; and it further appearing that very little express business is 
done at said station other than the delivery of whiskey shipments, which are 
quite large — that for the month of February, 1917, the gross business at said 
station was $516.16, of which the whiskey business amounted to $504.92, 
leaving only $11.24 of general business; it further appearing that the de- 
livery of such quantities of whiskey at this small place where police protection 
is meagre results in drunkenness and disorder, and that the said express 
station has been broken into and robbed of whiskey on eight separate 
occasions since July 1, 1915, it is the opinion of the Commission that it 
would be to the public interest to close said station. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS V 

It is therefore ordered, That the Southern Express Company be and it is 
hereby authorized to close its station at Newell, N. C. 

E. L. Travis, 
April 2, 1917. Chairman. 



ANDREWS MANUFACTURING COMPANY TO THE COMiMISSION— PETI- 
TION FOR AUTHORITY TO BECOME LIMITED COMMON CARRIERS. 

The Andrews Manufacturing Company is a corporation organized under 
the laws of this State and engaged in the manufacture of logs into lumber, 
and has petitioned the Corporation Commission for authority, under chapter 
160, Laws of 1911, to become common carriers limited to certain commodities, 
and between Andrews, N. C, and a point on its road about eight miles from 
Andrews known as "Old Road Gap," and it appearing that the interests of 
the public on this line of road will be served thereby, it is 

Ordered, That the Andrews Manufacturing Company be given authority 
to transport such commodities and to charge therefor such rates of freight 
as are covered by the schedule of rates and charges filed with the Corporation 
Commission by the Andrews Manufacturing Company, and hereby approved 
by the Commission as follows: 

Articles. Rate. 

Logs, lumber, and railroad ties % 10.00 per car. 

Ores, clays, and other mineral products 10.00 per car. 

Acid wood, pulp wood, firewood, and bark 1.00 per cord. 

By order of the Commission: A. J. Maxwell, 

June 23, 1917. Clerk. 



IN THE MATTER OP APPLICATION FOR REDUCTION OF PASSENGER 
TRAIN SERVICE ON LINES OF SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY 
AND THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY IN 
NORTH CAROLINA. 

Application was made to the Commission on May 19, 1917, by the Southern 
Railway Company, and on June 18, 1917, by the Atlantic Coast Line Rail- 
road Company for extensive reduction in passenger train service on their 
lines in this State. Wide publicity was given through the press of the State 
to these applications, and at the public hearings in the oflEice of the Commis- 
sion in Raleigh on the 26th inst, there was a representative attendance of 
citizens of the State from sections affected by the proposed curtailment of 
service. 

Southern Railway Company was represented by its vice-president, Mr. 
E. H. Coapman, L. E. Jeffries, General Counsel, and Clement Manly, Division 
Counsel. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company was represented by its General 
Superintendent, Mr. W. H. Newell. 



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It appears that the application in each case was made in pursuance of a 
national policy recommended by the National War Board, and that it is 
being carried out in all sections of the country and having for its purpose 
the conservation of trained men, railway rolling stock, motive power, coal, 
etc., to enable the transportation lines to meet the extraordinary demands 
that are at the present time being made upon them, and that will be made 
in increasing measures as plans for prosecuting the war are more fully ma- 
tured and put into operation; and it is understood that such trains as are 
taken off will be promptly restored without controversy at the close of the 
war. 

At the hearing there was practical agreement reached between the repre- 
sentatives of the Southern Railway Company and citizens interested in pas- 
senger train service on their lines in the State, the said agreement being 
embodied in a memorandum filed with the Commission by Mr. E. H. Coap- 
man, Vice-President, Southern Railway Company, and it is 

Ordered, That the application of the Southern Railway Company for per- 
mission to reduce its passenger train service be granted, effective July 8, 
1917, in accordance with the said memorandum, which is made a part 
of this order, and that in all other particulars said application is denied. 

In the matter of application of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company 
for permission to reduce its passenger train service, it is 

Ordered, That the application be granted, effective July 8, 1917, as to the 
following trains: 

between Wilmington and Goldsboro, • 
between New Bern and Wilmington, 
between Wilmington and Fayetteville. 
between Wilmington and Chadbourn. 

Nos. 66 and 67, between Fayetteville, N. C, and the North Carolina and 
South Carolina State line. 

It is further ordp:red. That the application of the Atlantic Coast Line 
Railroad Company to discontinue trains Nos. 72 and 73, between Weldon 
and Kinston, Nos. 56 and 57, between Plymouth and Tarboro, and Nos. 90 
and 91, between Rocky Mount and G-oldsboro be denied. 

By order of the Commission: A. J. Maxwell, 

June 27, 1917. Clerk. 



Nos. 


90 


and 


9L 


Nos. 


64 


and 


65, 


Nos. 


5'9 


and 


60, 


Nos. 


57 


and 


58. 



IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION OF SEABOARD AIR LINE RAIL- 
WAY COMPANY FOR REDUCTION OF PASSENGER TRAIN SERVICE. 

In the matter of application of Seaboard Air Line Railway Company for 
the reduction of passenger train service, it is 

Ordered, That authority be granted for rearrangement of service between 
Durham, Henderson, and Oxford, conforming to the following approximate 
schedule : 

Train 285 — Leave Henderson 7:00 a. m. 

Leave Oxford 8:25 a. m. 

Arrive Durham 12 : 00 noon. 

Train 212 — Leave Durham 10:00 a. m. 

Leave Oxford 11 : 30 a. m. 

Arrive Henderson 12:55 p. m. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS 11 

Train 211 — Leave Henderson 2: 25 p. m. 

Leave Oxford 2:10 p.m. 

Arrive Durham 5:00 p. m. 

Train 282— Leave Durham 1 : 80 p. m. 

Leave Oxford 3:10 p. m. 

Arrive Henderson 6 : 00 p.m. 

It is further ordered, That the Seaboard Air Line Railway Company be 
authorized to discontinue trains Nos. 31 and 34 between Raleigh and Char- 
lotte, and trains Nos. 19 and 20 between Weldon and Raleigh, and to operate 
in lieu of these trains local passenger trains between Norlina and Hamlet 
on approximately the schedule between Raleigh and Hamlet heretofore in 
effect applicable to trains Nos. 31 and 34 between Raleigh and Hamlet. 

By order of the Commission: 

This the 3d day of November, 1917. A. J. Maxwell, 

Clerk. 



CITIZENS OP ICARD v. SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY— PASSENGER 

SERVICE. 

Lee, Commissioner: Upon consideration of the record in this case, it is 
Ordered, That on and after July 29, 1917, the Southern Railway passenger 
trains Nos. 21 and 22 stop on flag at Icard, N. C, for taking on or discharg- 
ing passengers. 

This the 21st day of July, 1917. 



CITIZENS OF WARRENSVILLE v. VIRGINIA-CAROLINA RAILWAY 

COMIPANY. 

Pell, Commissioner: Petition having been filed by the citizens of War- 
rensville asking that the Corporation Commission compel the defendant 
railway company to construct an adequate depot at Warrensville, and the 
Commission having visited the location and having taken testimony with 
reference to the needs of the community and the prospective tonnage to the 
railroad, it is now 

Ordered, That the Virginia-Carolina Railway Company construct within 
the next sixty days at a point near the present side track and freight shed 
at Warrensville a depot adequate to the needs of a growing community, and 
that they establish an agency station thereat. 

This July 21, 1917. 



LAUREL RIVER LOGGING COMPANY TO THE COMMISSION— PETITION ^ 
FOR AUTHORITY TO BECOME LIMITED COMMON CARRIERS. 

The Laurel River Logging Company is a corporation organized under the 
laws of this State and engaged in the manufacture of logs into lumber, and 
has petitioned the Corporation Commission for authority, under chapter 



12 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

160, Laws of 1911, to become common carriers limited to certain commodities, 
and from Belva, at the terminus of the Madison County Railway Company's 
line to Carmen; and it appearing that the interests of the public on this line 
of road will be served thereby, it is 

Ordeeed, That the Laurel River Logging Company be given authority to 
transport such commodities and to charge therefor such rates of freight 
as are covered by the schedule of rates and charges filed with the Corpora- 
tion Commission by the Laurel River Logging Company, and hereby approved 
by the Commission as follows.: 

ArticJes Rate 

Brick per M $ 0.40 

Cord wood, acid and pulp wood and bark (per cord, 128 cubic feet) 40 

Coal and coke (per ton 2,000 pounds) 30 

Fertilizer (per ton 2,000- pounds) 30 

Logs and railroad ties per C. L. (excess in proportion) 4.00 

Lumber, C. L. lots, per cwt 03 

Food supplies and general merchandise per cwt., L. C. L 08 

Food supplies and general merchandise per cwt., C. L. L 06 

Passengers (per mile) 03 

By order of the Commission: (S) A. J. Maxwell, 

August 17, 1917. Clerk. 



HORTON TELEPHONE COMPANY TO THE COMMISSION— APPLICA- 
TION FOR INCREASE IN TELEPHONE RATES. 

The Commission approves scale of rates as follows: 

Single line business phone $ 2.50 per month 

Two on one line (ofRce and residence) 3.50 per month 

Two on one line (both business) 4.50 per month 

Residence phone, single line 1.50 per month 

Residence phone, two on one line 1.25 per month 

Residence phone, three on one line 1.10 per month 

Residence phone, four on one line 1.00 per month 

A. J. Maxwell. 
October 1, 1917. Clerk. 



SOUTHERN GAS IMPROVEMENT COMPANY v. THE CITY OF 
ELIZABETH CITY. 

ORDER. 

In above entitled case the petitioner, the Southern Gas Improvement Com- 
pany, asks authority to increase its rates for gas in Elizabeth City, on account 
of the very great increase in cost of coal, coke, oil and other materials used 
in the manufacture of gas, and the increase in cost of labor, and all other 
items of expense entering into the manufacture and distribution of gas in 
Elizabeth City. Its statements of operation show operating deficits, not 
including any dividends or interest on bonds as follows: For the year 1915, 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS 13 

$1,488.92; for the year 1916, $1,829.37, and for the nine months of 1917, 
$1,477.59. After full investigation and hearing, it is 

Oedered, That, effective November 1, 1917, the Southern Gas Improvement 
Company be and it is hereby authorized to charge rates for gas at Elizabeth 
City not exceeding the following schedule: 

For the first 1,000 feet $ 1.90 

Above 1,000 feet and up to and including 5,000 feet 1.70 per thousand 

Above 5.000 feet and up to and including 10.000 feet 1.50 per thousand 

Above 10,000 feet and up to and including 15,000 feet 1.30 per thousand 

Above 15,000 feet and up to and including 25,000 feet 1.10 per thousand 

All over 25,000 feet 1-00 

The minimum charge for service for any one month to be. 1.00 

It is further ordered. That the foregoing schedule of rates are to be the 
net rates for all bills paid within the first ten days of the month for gas con- 
sumed in the previous month, and the Southern Gas Improvement Company 
is authorized to charge ten (10) cents per thousand feet in addition to the 
foregoing rates on all bills not paid within the first ten days in the month 
following the month in which the service is given. 
By order of the Commission: E. L. Travis, 

This October 30, 1917. Chairman. 



CARR LUMBER COMPAiNY TO THE COMMISSION— PETITION FOR AU- 
THORITY TO BECOME LIMITED COMMON CARRIERS. 

The Carr Lumber Company is a corporation, organized under- the la^vs 
of this State, with its principal office and place of business at Pisgah Forest, 
North Carolina, in the county of Transylvania, and has petitioned the Cor- 
poration Commission for authority under chapter 160, Laws of 1911, and 
subsequent amendments, to become common carriers, limited to certain 
commodities, from points on their logging road extending for a distance of 
between twenty and twenty-five miles, beginning at Pisgah Forest, a station 
on the Southern Railway, and running into territory known as the Vander- 
bilt Boundary; 

They also petition the Commission for authority to charge for switching 
cars at Pisgah Forest over the tracks of the Southern Railway to the plant 
of the Brevard Tanning Company, it being shown in their petition that they 
have secured permission of the Southern Railway to operate their locomo- 
tives over the tracks of the said Southern Railway from the connection of 
their tram-road at Pisgah Forest to the said Brevard Tanning Company's 
plant; 

And it appearing that the interests of the public will be served thereby, 
it is 

Ordered, That the Carr Lumber Company be and they are hereby given 
authority to transport such commodities and charge therefor such rates of 
freight and switching as are covered by the schedule of rates and charges 
filed with the Corporation Commission by the said Carr Lumber Company, 
and which are hereby approved by the Commission, as follows: 

For transporting timber, lumber, and other forest products loaded by 
the car and shipped in car load lots, $10 per car. 



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14 N. C. COEPORATION COMMISSION 

For transporting wood and bark from any point on its own line to its 

terminus at said station of Pisgah Forest, 50 cents per cord. 
For transferring loaded cars from its own yards over the tracks of 
the Southern Railway Company to the yards of the Brevard Tanning 
Company, $2.00 per loaded car, no charge to be made for returning 
the empty cars. 
By order of the Commission: A. J. Maxwell, 

This December 22, 1917. . Clerk. 



PIEDMONT TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY TO THE COM- 
MISSION—PETITION FOR INCREASE OF RATES IN THE TOWN 
OF SHELBY. 

It appearing to the Commission that petition of the Piedmont Telephone 
and Telegraph Company for an increase of its local telephone exchange rates 
in the town of Shelby, North Carolina, is reasonable, and no objection to 
such increase having been made to the Commission, the former rates having 
been established prior to 1902, when there were only one hundred and nine- 
teen subscribers, whereas, at the present time there are five hundred and 
fifty-one subscribers, and the value of the plant having been increased from 
$5,750 to $38,488; 

It is ordered, That from and after February 1, 1918, the Piedmont Tele- 
phone and Telegraph Company be authorized to charge the following rates 
for local telephone service in the exchange in the town of Shelby: 

Unlimited straight line business stations $2.50 per month 

Unlimited straight line residence stations 1.50 per month 

By order of the Commission: A. J. Maxwell, 

This the 11th day of January, 1918. Clerk. 



IN THE MATTER OF CAROLINA POWER AND LIGHT COMPANY— AP- 
PLICATION TO INCREASE GAS RATES IN RALEIGH, NORTH CARO- 
LINA. 

ORDER. 

This matter having been heard in Raleigh on the day of May 4, 1918, 
the petitioner, Carolina Power and Light Company, being represented by its 
attorney, Mr. James H. Pou, Mr. Chas. E. Johnson, President; Mr. H. H. 
Carr, Vice-President and General Manager, and Mr. P. A. Tillery, Chief Engi- 
neer, and the city of Raleigh being represented by its Mayor, Mr. James I. 
Johnson; Mr. E. R. Pace, Commissioner of Public Works, and Mr. A. M. 
Mooneyham, Commissioner of Public Safety, and the Chamber of Commerce 
by Messrs. W. J. Andrews and A. M. Maupin; and it being made clearly to 
appear to the Commission that there has been very great increase in the 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS 15 

cost of production of gas, due to the great advance in the cost of coal, oil, 
and all other material entering into the manufacture of gas, and the labor 
in connection with the same. It was shown that the cost of coal, which con- 
stitutes one of the principal items in the production of gas, has increased 
from $3.65 per ton in 1915, to $5.67 per ton in 1918; that the cost of labor 
has increased from 29 to 60 per cent; that the cost of piping has increased 
from 112 to 150 per cent. It is a matter of common knowledge that this in- 
creased cost of production are common to most industries and the price of 
practically all commodities have advanced accordingly; and it therefore, ap- 
pears to the Commission clearly that this increase in cost make it necessary 
for the Carolina Power and Light Company to charge more for its gas in 
order to make anything like a reasonable return upon their investment. It 
if", therefore 

Ordered, That effective Miay 1, 1918, they be allowed to charge the fol- 
lowing rates: 

For Gas Sold Through Regular Meters. 

First 5,000 cubic feet per month $ 1.65 gross 

Next 5,000 cubic feet per month 1.50 gross 

Next 10,000 cubic feet per month 1.25 gross 

All over 20,000 cubic feet per month 1.05 gross 

Discount for payment within ten days from date of bill 5 cents per thou- 
sand cubic feet. 

Minimum monthly charge $ 0.75 

For Gas Used Through Prepay Meters. 

Per thousand cubic feet net $ 1.60 

E. L. Travis, 
This May 6, 1918. Chairman. 



IN THE MATTER OF SOUTHERN PUBLIC UTILITIES COMPANY— AP- 
PLICATION TO INCREASE GAS RATES IN CHARLOTTE, NORTH 
CAROLINA. 

ORDER. 

This matter having been heard in Raleigh on the day of April 30, 1918, 
the petitioner, Southern Public Utilities Company, being represented by its 
President, Mr. Z. V. Taylor, and the city of Charlotte being represented by its 
Mayor, Mr. F. R. MoNinch, Mr. A. H. Wearn, Commissioner of Public Works, 
and Mr. R. H. Moore, Commissioner of Public Safety. It was shown that 
the cost of all material used in the production of gas has advanced enor- 
mously in cost, these increases applying not only to coal, oil, and other ma- 
terial used in the manufacture of gas, but also to the labor employed in that 
mianufacture. It seems evident to the Commission, that if the rates which 
existed before the war and prior to this great increase in cost of material 
and labor were reasonable, that an increase in such rates under the present 
conditions could not be justly denied. No one can or will attempt to con- 
trovert the fact that there has been very great increase in the cost of pro- 



16 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

duoing gas, and it, therefore, follows necessarily, that the producer is en- 
titled to charge more for the commodity: It is therefore, 

Oedered, That the petition herein be granted, and that the Southern Public 
Utilities Company be and they are hereby authorized to charge for gas in 
Charlotte, the following rates: 

First 10,000 cubic feet $ 1.45 

Next 10,000 cubic feet 1.30 

Next 10,000 cubic feet 1.10 

Next 20,000 cubic feet 1.00 

Over 50,000 cubic feet 90 

(S) E. L. Travis, 
May 6, 1818. Chairman. 



IN THE MATTER OF NORTH CAROLINA PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY- 
APPLICATION TO INCREASE GAS RATES IN GREENSBORO, N. C. 
AND IMMEDIATE ADJOINING TERRITORY. 

ORDER. 

Lee, Commissioner: This matter having been heard in Raleigh on the day 
of May 14, 1918, the petitioner. North Carolina Public Sers^ice Company, be- 
ing represented by its attorney, Mr. A. L. Brooks, and its president, Mr. 
Chas. B. Hole, and the city of Greensboro being represented by its mayor, 
Mr. E. J. Stafford, and Mr. Chas. A. Hines, Attorney; and it being a matter 
of common knowledge that everything entering into the production of gas 
has greatly advanced in the last two or three years, it is unreasonable to 
expect that gas can be produced and sold at price which the company has 
heretofore been receiving: It is therefore, 

Ordered, That the North Carolina Public Service Company be and it is 
hereby authorized to charge the following rates for gas, beginning May 15, 
1918: 

Gross Rate. 

$1.60 per 1,000 cubic feet for first 10,000 cubic feet per month. 

1.35 per 1,000 cubic feet for next 15,000 cubic feet per month. 

1.10 per 1,000 cubic feet for next 25,000 cubic feet per month. 

.95 per 1,000 cubic feet for next 50,000 cubic feet per month. 

Discount of ten (10) cents per thousand cubic feet, if paid on or before 
5:00 p. m. of the 10th of the month following date of bill. 

The same terms and conditions to apply to the proposed new gas rates 
as now apply to the present gas rates. 

This May 15, 1918. 



IN THE MATTER OF AHOSKIE LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY— APPLI- 
CATION TO INCREASE ITS RATE FOR LIGHTING STREETS IN 
THE TOWN OF AHOSKIE. 

ORDER. 

Lee, Commissioner: This matter was heard in the office of the Corpora- 
tion Commission at Raleigh, on the day of M'ay 21, 1918. E. R. Conger, 



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DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS 17 

President of the Ahoskie Light and PoAver Company, representing the 
petitioner, and W, R. Johnson, Attorney, and W. L. Curtis, Mayor, repre- 
senting the town of Ahoskie. 

The town of Ahoskie is a small village with a population of twelve to 
fifteen hundred people, consequently, the volume of business is naturally 
small, it therefore appearing that lights cannot be furnished at as low rate 
as in the larger towns where the volume is much larger. The lighting busi- 
ness, like any other business, naturally has operating cost which must be 
met before any profit can be hoped for. The petitioner has furnished the 
Commission with a statement showing the cost of the operation and ex- 
penses for the year 1917, and for January, February, March and April, of 
1918, which shows a loss to the company every month since the beginning 
of 1917; that the town of Ahoskie has thirty-five 100 watt street lamps, for 
which it is paying at the present time $52.50, or $1.50 per month per lamp, 
which is unreasonably low. The company is asking in its petition that it be 
permitted to charge $3.00 per month per lamp, which is a rather high rate, 
but even at this price the company will not receive enough revenue to pay 
the expenses of operating the plant. Were it not for the fact that this 
company is running an ice plant in connection with the lighting plant, it 
would be impossible for it to light the town and furnish the citizens of 
Ahoskie with current and lights at the price they are asking to be allowed 
to charge, and the result would be the same as to the company formerly 
owning the lighting plant at Ahoskie. It is admitted that this company is 
giving splendid service to the town of Ahoskie and its citizens, the town is 
splendidly lighted, having an all-night service every night in the year. 

It is therefore ordered. That the Ahoskie Light and Power Company be 
authorized to charge three ($3.00) dollars per month for 100 watt lamps 
on the streets of Ahoskie. 

This, May 22, 1918. 



IN THE MATTER OF ROWLAND LUMBER COMPANY, A LUMBER COR 
FORATION— PETITION FOR LICENSE TO CARRY FREIGHT AND 
CHARGE THEREFOR. 

In the above entitled matter, it appearing to the Commission that the 
Rowland Lumber Company is a corporation engaged in the business of manu- 
facturing logs into sawed lumber, and that the said Rowland Lumber Com- 
pany has built a logging road running from Bowdens and Warsaw, on the 
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, in Duplin County, North Carolina, in a westerly 
direction for about twenty miles toward Newton Grove; and it further ap- 
pearing that the said Rowland Lumber Company has petitioned this Com- 
mission, according to the provisions of chapter 160 of the Acts of the Gen- 
eral Assembly of 1911, and sebsequent amendatoTy acts, for authority to 
transport commodities other than its own over and upon its said logging 
road, and to charge therefor reasonable rates, to be approved by this Com- 
mission: 

Now, THEREFORE, IT IS ORDERED by the Corporation Commission, That the 
said Rowland Lumber Company be and it is hereby authorized, to transport 
over and upon its said logging road all kinds of commodities other than its 

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18 N. C. CORPOEATIOX COMMISSION 

own, except &aw logs and sawed lumber, and to charge therefor the rates in 
accordance with freight tariff and classification which has this day been 
approved by the Commission for this line of road, subject to such changes 
and modifications as may from time to time be made or approved by this 
Commission. ^ 

By order of the Commission: A. J. Maxwell, 

June 17, 1918. Clerk. 



IN RE APPLICATIOX OF THE TIDE WATER POWER COMPANY FOR 
AUTHORITY TO INCREASE ITS CHARGES FOR GAS AND STREET 
CAR SERVICE IN THE CITY OF WILMINGTON, AND FOR ELECTRIC 
LINE SERVICE BETWEEN WILAHNGTON AND WRIGHTSVILLE 
BEACH. 

Travis, Chairma7i: After very careful consideration of the facts developed 
in the investigation of the questions presented in the petition of the Tide 
Water Power Company, the Commission is of opinion that the petition should 
be granted. 

It appears that the net earnings of the petitioning company have been 
steadily decreasing for several years, and that its profit and loss account 
decreased from $180,099 in 1915 to $127,270 in 1917. These substantial de- 
creases have continued progressively during the months of the present year 
until for the month of May, 1918, its total income fell to $1,006 below its 
operating expenses and fixed charges. This condition results from the in 
creased costs of operation. The general facts and causes of this increase are 
of such general knowledge that recital of them in detail here is unnecessary. 
These increased costs resulted in an increase of operating expenses of 43 
per cent for May 1918, compared with May, 1917. These facts seem to us 
to establish beyond question the right of the company to increase its charges. 
It is entitled as a matter of right to such compensation for its services as 
will cover its proper expenses of operation and a fair return on the value 
of the property devoted to the public use. 

Another consideration that appeals for prompt and favorable action on 
the petition in this case is the establishment of two large ship-building 
plants by the United States Government near Wilmington, which will verj^ 
largely increase the population of that city and lays upon this petitioner the 
responsibility of making substantial extension of its tracks to these plants, 
and, if adequate service is to be given, double-tracking some of its present 
single line tracks, as well as to provide additional cars to handle the in- 
creased business. It is estimated that it will be necessary for it to double 
the capacity of its gas plant and greatly enlarge and extend its connections 
The success of the ship-building industry at Wilmington, and its development 
upon the scale anticipated by the United States Government depends very 
largely upon the necessary outlay for these enlargements and extensions 
being made promptly and adequately. The estimated cost of these improve- 
ments varies from half a million to a million dollars. The company has not 
the capital with which to make them. The problem of financing these ex- 
tensions is one that cannot reasonably be expected to be met with a con- 
stantly descending income that has already reached and gone below the costs 
of operation and fixed charges. In these circumstances there seems to be 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS 19 

no conflict of interest between the petitioner and the city of Wilmington or 
the citizens of Wilmington, but that the best interests of all will be served 
by authorizing the petitioner to charge such rates as will establish its 
credit and enable it to properly finance the necessary extensions upon which 
the growth of the city depends, to give to its patrons adequate service, and 
to the property devoted to the public use a fair return. 

It is therefore okdeked. That the Tide Water Power Company be au- 
thorized to charge the rates hereinafter set out, effective as to gas rates on 
bills rendered July 1st, for the month of June, and as to street car and 
electric line rates from and after July 1, 1918: 

RATES FOR GAS SERVICE. 

Rates for Wilmington and Sudurhs: 

One dollar and seventy- five ($1.75) cents per thousand cubic feet with a 
discount of ten (10) cents per thousand cubic feet on bills paid on or 
before the 10th of the month in which they become due. 

When the amount of gas used in any one month is 25,000 cubic feet or 
more, the rate will be one dollar and seventy-five ($1.75) cents per 
thousand cubic feet with a discount of thirty-five (35) cents per thou- 
sand cubic feet on bills paid on or before the 10th of the month in 
which they become due. 

Minimum charge, twenty-five (25) cents per month. 

Summer Rates for Wrightsvine and Wrightsville Beach: 

Two ($2.00) dollars per thousand cubic feet with a discount of ten (10) 
cents per thousand cubic feet on bills paid on or before the 10th of 
the month in which they become due. 

PASSENGER BATES ON CITY AND SUBURBAN LINES OF TIDE WATER POWER 
COMPANY, WILMINGTON, N. C. 

Rates for Adults: One Round 

Way. Trip. 
Fare between Wilmington and Wrightsville Beach or 

Harbor Island (cash) $ 0.25 None 

Wilmington and Wrightsville Beach (ticket) 20 None 

Wilmington and Wrightsville .15 $ 0.25 

Wilmington and Sea Gate 15 .25 

Wilmington and Winter Park 10 .15 

Wilmington and Oleander 07 

Delgado and Wrightsville Beach or Harbor Island 20 .30 

Delgado and Wrightsville 10 

Delgado and Sea Gate 10 

Delgado and Winter Park 07 

Winter Park and Wrightsville Beach or Harbor Island... .20 .30 

Winter Park and Wrightsville 10 

Winter Park and Sea Gate 10 

Sea Gate and Wrightsville Beach or Harbor Island 10 

Sea Gate and Wrightsville 07 

Wrightsville and Wrightsville Beach or Harbor Island... .10 

Fare on Wrightsville Beach 07 

Fare within limits of city of Wilmington 07 

Rates for Children: 

Fare between Wilmington and Wrightsville Beach and 

Harbor Island .25 

Fare between Wilmington and Wrightsville . . . .' ^20 

School Ticket: 

Between Wilmington and Wrightsville .20 



20 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

Commutation Rate (26 Round Trips) : 

Between Wilmington and Wrightsville Beach $ 9.36 

Between Wilmington and Wrightsville .' . 5,85 

Between Wilmington and Winter Park 3.51 

The Tide Water Power Company shall place on sale through its conductors 
on street cars block tickets or books of four tickets for twenty-five (25) 
cents and seventeen (17) tickets for one dollar ($1.00), such tickets to be 
good wherever seven (7) cents fare is herein authorized to be charged on itP 
lines. 

This the 24th day of June, 1918. 



RALEIGH TELEPHONE COMPANY V. SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE 
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY— APPLICATION OE THE RALEIGH 
TELEPHONE COMPANY TO COMPEL THE SOUTHERN BELL TELE- 
PHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY TO AFFORD CONNECTION 
WITH THEIR LINES. 

ORDER. 

The Government of the United States having taken over all telephone lines 
of the country, to be operated by the Government, and having announced 
its intention of operating all lines jointly as if they were one company, the 
desire of the petitioner in this case will be attained. 

The petition herein is, therefore, dismissed, with leave to the petitioner, 
in case the lines are again returned to their respective powers, to renew 
the petition. (S) E. L. Travis, 

July 30, 1918. Chairman. 



IN THE MATTER OF WINSTON-SALEM GAS COMPANY, TO THE COM- 
MISSION—APPLICATION FOR INCREASE IN GAS RATES IN THE 
CITY OF WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 

ORDER. 

Lee, Commissioner: This matter was heard at the office of the Commis- 
sion in Raleigh on Thursday, July 18, 1918, and it being clearly shown that 
the above company was justified in asking for increased rates in gas: It is 
therefore. 

Ordered, That the Winston-Salem Gas Company be and it is hereby au- 
thorized to put into effect the following rates on gas in the city of Winston- 
Salem : 

For the first 10.000 cubic feet, $1.70 per M cubic feet, gross, or $1.50 net. 
For the second 10,000 cubic feet, $1.45 per M cubic feet, gross, or $1.25 net. 
For 20,00 cubic feet or over that amount, $1.20 gross per M cubic feet, or 
$1.00 net. 

With a minimum charge of seventy-five (75) cents per month. 

Effective August 1, 1918. 
This July 30, 1918. 



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IN RE APPLICATION OF CAROLINA POWER AND LIGHT COMPANY FOR 
PERMISSION TO INCREASE ITS STREET CAR FARES. 

ORDER. 

Pell, Commissioner: This application came before us on July 8, 1918, and 
was heard upon the petition and evidence. The Commission finds as facts 
that the Carolina Power and Light Co^mpany has never had a fair return upon 
its investment in the street railway in the city of Raleigh; that in 1916 
its net profit was 1 per cent upon said investment and in 1917 it was onlj' 
34/100 of 1 per cent; that according to estimates made for 1918-1919, even 
a fare of seven cents, the expenses, plus the depreciation, will be greater than 
its revenues. It further finds that said company has increased the wages of 
its conductors and motormen 55 per cent in the last three years, its car house 
employees all the way from 18 per cent to 60 per cent, its linemen 67 per 
cent, its common labor 60 per cent; that the cost of material used in opera- 
tion and maintenance has increased all the way from 27 per cent to 253 per 
cent. After a due consideration of these facts, and the further fact of the 
likely continuance of these conditions for the period of the present war, it is 

Ordered, That on and after August 1, 1918,' the Carolina Power and Light 
Company shall have authority to charge a fare of seven cents for passengers 
transported over their street railway in the city of Raleigh; that school chil- 
dren be transported to and from their school at a rate of seven cents for the 
round trip; that said company shall provide and sell to the general public 
four tickets for the sum of twenty-five (25) cents, good for transportation 
over said street railway. 

This July 30, 1918. 



IN THE MATTER OF SOUTHERN PUBLIC UTILITIES COMPANY— APPLI- 
CATION FOR INCREASE IN STREET CAR FARES IN THE CITIES 
OF CHARLOTTE AND WINSTON-SALEM. 

ORDER. 

Lee, Commissioner: The hearing of this petition was had at the office of 
the Commission on July 8, 1918; and it appearing clearly to the Commission 
that this company cannot operate and continue to give good service at the 
rate they were receiving under present conditions: It is therefore. 

Ordered, That the Southern Public Utilities Company be and it is hereby 
authorized to charge a fare of seven (7) cents for the transportation of pas- 
sengers over its street railway lines located in the cities of Charlotte and 
Winston-Salem; that this company shall also be required to put on and 
offer for sale to the public in general four tickets for twenty-five (25) cents. 
The company is also authorized, if it shall deem it advisable, to put on and 
offer for sale to the public generally, books containing seventeen tickets for 
the sum of one ($1.00) dollar per book. 

This order to become effective August 1, 1918. 

This July 30, 1918. 



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IN THE MATTER OP SOUTHERN PUBLIC UTILITIES COMPANY— APPLI- 
CATION FOR INCREASE IN STREET CAR PARES IN THE CITIES 
OP CHARLOTTE AND WINSTON-SALEM. 

Exceptions having been filed by Messrs. Pharr and Bell, attorneys for the 
city of Charlotte, to the findings of facts and order of the Commission in the 
above entitled case, such order bearing date July 30, 1918, and the said excep- 
tions having been considered by the Commission; it is 

Ordered, That the exceptions be and they are hereby overruled. 

By order of the Commission: J. S. Griffin, 

This the 14th day of August, 1918. Glerh. 



IN THE MATTER OP THE DURHAM TRACTION COMPANY— PETITION 
FOR INCREASE IN STREET CAR PARES. 

ORDER. 

This is an application by the Durham Traction Company for authority to 
increase its street car fares in the city of Durham, and for relief as a public 
service company under our jurisdiction, from certain city ordinances and re- 
quirements alleged to be unduly strict and burdensome. At the hearing 
the matter resolved itself rather into a controversy over whether or not the 
company should pave its tracks as the city paves the streets, from which 
duty the company claimed to be. relieved by contract, and whether or not the 
city should be allowed to enforce the ordinances above referred to. 

In respect to the paving of its tracks, that is a duty which this Commission 
thinks should be borne by all street car companies, and one which has been 
imposed upon them by State Statute, Public Laws 1915, chapter 56. In this 
case the petitioner claims to be relieved of this obligation by its special con- 
tract with the city of Durham. We understand, however, that since the hear- 
ing the company in a commendable spirit has entered into an agreement 
with the city to assume the cost of paving its tracks to a distance of six 
inches outside the rails wherever the city paves its streets. 

In view of the fact that the company has assumed this expense, we feel 
that they are on the same footing as other street car companies to whom in- 
creases have been granted, and we therefore, 

Order, For the reasons stated in the other cases decided, that the Dur- 
ham Traction Company be authorized to charge fares of seven (7) cents. 
It is required, however, to issue four tickets for twenty-five (25) cents, and 
may if it finds it advisable issue books of seventeen tickets for one (?1.00) 
dollar. 

In respect to the ordinances complained of, which were adopted on May 
23, 1918, we are of opinion that, with the exception of the one requiring 
straps for standing passengers which has been complied with, they ought 
to be repealed, and we have no doubt but that the town authorities will 
follow our suggestion in the matter. 

In respect to the requirement of two-men operation contained in one of 
them, without deciding the advisability of such a requirement in normal 
times, we do not think it should be insisted on in time of war. There may 



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he, and probably is, some loss of time when the traffic is heavy in one-man 
operation, and inconvenience is caused, but this is a time for the conserva- 
tion of man power, and we believe the public generally is willing to make 
some sacrifices and endure inconvenience to that end. The company should 
be allowed to continue the one-man operation, except for putting on two men 
in the congested districts during the rush hours as they were doing at the 
time of the hearing. 

The company should be allowed to operate under reasonable schedules 
as to time between cars dependent on the amount of traffic and the need for 
frequent service in different parts of the city. If the city authorities and 
the company cannot agree on those, this Commission will fix them in a sup- 
plementary order upon request. 

To become effective August 1, 1918. (S) E. L. Travis, 

This June 30, 1918. Chairman. 



IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION OP THE SOUTHERN BELL TELE- 
PHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY AND ASHEVILLE TELE- 
PHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY FOR INCREASE IN TELE- 
PHONE RATES IN THE CITIES OF CHARLOTTE, DAVIDSON, 
GREENSBORO, HAMLET, LAURINBURG, MOUNT OLIVE, RALEIGH, 
REIDSVILLE, SALISBURY, WILMINGTON, WINSTON-SALEM, 
WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH, ASHEVILLE, AND HENDERSONVILLE. 



Since the hearing of this matter, the Government of the United States has 
taken over for operation all the telephone lines of the country, including the 
lines of the petitioner in this case. It is predicted that by operating all the 
lines under one combined management, the costs of operation will be ma- 
terially reduced. If this prediction is realized, as we hope it will be, there 
would be no necessity for an increase in rates. We think that no change 
should be made in existing rates until the matter of government ownership 
has been sufficiently tried to determine w^hether or not any change in rates 
will be necessary. If it should become necessary under government opera- 
tion to increase the rates, the Government authorities can do so, if au- 
thorized, or, in case they are not, could make application to this Commission. 

We, therefore, dismiss the petition herein, without deciding the questions 
involved one way or another, with leave to the petitioner, or the Govern- 
ment, whichever may be the proper party, to make a new application at sucli 
time as they may deem advisable. 

(S) E. L. Travis. 

This July 30, 1918. Chairman. 



ASHEVILLE TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY TO THE COR- 
PORATION COMMISSION— PETITION FOR AUTHORITY TO IN- 
CREASE TELEPHONE RATES. 

Maxwell, Commissioner: In the matter of renewed petition of the Ashe- 
ville Telephone and Telegraph Company for authority to increase its rates 
for telephone service in Asheville and Hendersonville. 



24 N. C. CORPORATIOX COMMISSIOX 

The Commission finds — 

First. That the Director-General of telephone and telegraph lines. Hon- 
A. S. Burleson, has assumed full and exclusive authority to make the rates 
for telephone service. This authority was exercised by the Director-General 
in the matter of prescribing a scale of charges for installing telephones, and 
his authority in this matter was recognized by the petitioning companies. 

Second. It has been announced in the press that the Director-General has 
under investigation, through a board created for that purpose, the estab- 
lishment of a uniform scale of rates for telephone service throughout the 
United States, so that the same charge will be made for a like service every- 
where. Assuming that this is true in the absence of any compelling reason 
to the contrary, rate changes should await the completion of this investiga- 
tion and the application of such uniform scale of charges. 

Third. The Corporation Commission would not know, under present con- 
ditions, what would be the proper basis upon which to make a finding as to 
the telephone rates. The whole system is undergoing a radical change in 
management and methods, by which competing lines and exchanges are be- 
ing merged; telephone and telegraph lines are being merged and in some 
cases either or both are being merged with the United States mail service. 
Under these conditions past performances cannot furnish a satisfactory 
guide as to future necessities, and, in any event, we do not understand that 
compensation to the owners of these properties will depend upon the separate 
earnings of such properties subsequent to the time when they were taken 
over by the Government. 

For the reasons herein set forth, it is 

Ordered, That the petitions herein set out for authority to increase rates 
for telephone service be denied. 

A. J. Maxwell. 

October 16, 1918. Commissioner. 



miEVARD TELEPHONE COMPANY TO THE CORPORATION COMMIS- 
SION—PETITION FOR AUTHORITY TO INCREASE TELEPHONE 
RATES. 

Maxwell, Commissioner: In the matter of petition of the Brevard Tele- 
phone Company, for authority to increase its rates for telephone service. 

The Commission finds — 

First. That the Director-General of telephone and telegraph lines, Hon. 
A. S. Burleson, has assumed full and exclusive authority to make the rates 
for telephone service. This authority was exercised by the Director-General 
in the matter of prescribing a scale of charges for installing telephones, and 
his authority in this matter was recognized by the petitioning companies. 

Second. It has been announced in the press that the Director-General has 
under investigation, through a board created for that purpose, the estab- 
lishment of a uniform scale of rates for telephone service throughout the 
United States, so that the same charge will be made for a like service every- 
where. Assuming that this is true, in the absence of any compelling reason 
to the contrary, rate changes should await the completion of this investiga- 
tion and the application of such uniform scale of charges. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS 25 

Third. The Corporation Commission would not know, under present con- 
ditions, what would be the proper basis upon which to make a finding as 
to the telephone rates. The whole system is undergoing a radical change in 
management and methods, by which competing lines and exchanges are be- 
ing merged; telephone and telegraph lines are being merged and in some 
cases either or both are being merged with the United States mail service. 
Under these conditions past performances cannot furnish a satisfactory 
guide as to future necessities, and, in any event, we do not understand that 
compensation to the owners of these properties will depend upon the sepa- 
rate earnings of such properties subsequent to the time when they were taken 
over by the Government. 

For the reasons herein set forth, it is 

Ordebed, That the petition herein set out for authority to increase rates 
for telephone service be denied. A. J. Maxwell, 

October 16, 1918. Commissioner. 



CONCORD TELEPHONE COMPANY TO THE CORPORATION COMMIS- 
SION—PETITION FOR AUTHORITY TO INCREASE TELEPHONE 
RATES. 

Maxwell, Commissioner: In the matter of petition of the Concord Tele- 
phone Company for authority to increase its rates for telephone service in 
the town of Mount Pleasant. 

The Commission finds — 

First. That the Director^General of telephone and telegraph lines, Hon. 
A. S. Burleson, has assumed full and exclusive authority to make the rates 
for telephone service. This authority was exercised by the Director-General 
in the matter of prescribing a scale of charges for installing telephones, and 
his authority in this matter was recognized by the petitioning companies. 

Second. It has been announced in the press that the Director-General has 
under investigation, through a board created for that purpose, the estab- 
lishment of a uniform scale of rates for telephone service throughout the 
United States, so that the same charge will be made for a like service every- 
where. Assuming that this is true, in the absence of any compelling reason 
to the contrary, rate changes should await the completion of this investiga- 
tion and the application of such uniform scale of charges. 

Third. The Corporation Commission would not know, under present con- 
ditions, what would be the proper basis upon which to make a finding as to 
the telephone rates. The whole system is undergoing a radical change in 
management and methods, by which competing lines and exchanges are be- 
ing merged; telephone and telegraph lines are being merged and in some 
cases either or both are being merged with the United States mail service. 
Under these condition past performances cannot furnish a satisfactory guide 
as to future necessities, and, in any event, we do not understand that com- 
pensation to the owners of these properties will depend upon the separate 
earnings of such properties subsequent to the time when they were taken 
over by the Government. 

For the reasons herein set forth, it is 

Ordered, That the petitions herein set forth for authority to increase rates 
for telephone service be denied. A. J. Maxwell, 

October 16, 1918. Commissioner. 



26 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION- 

HOME TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY TO THE CORPORA- 
TION COMMISSION— PETITION FOR AUTHORITY TO INCREASE 
TELEPHONE RATES. 

Maxwell, Commissioner: In the matter of petition of the Home Telephone 
and Telegraph Company for authority to increase its rates for telephone 
service. 

The Commission finds — 

First. That the Director-General of telephone and telegraph lines, Hon. 
A. S. Burleson, has assumed full and exclusive authority to make the rates 
for telephone service. This authority was exercised by the Director-General 
in the matter of prescribing a scale of charges for installing telephones, and 
his authority in this matter was recognized by the petitioning companies. 

Second. It has been announced in the press that the Director-General has 
under investigation, through a board created for that purpose, the estab- 
lishment of a uniform scale of rates for telephone service throughout the 
United States, so that the same charge will be made for a like service every- 
where. Assuming that this is true, in the absence of any compelling reason 
to the contrary, rate changes should await the completion of this investiga- 
tion and the application of such uniform scale of charges. 

Third. The Corporation Commission would not know, under present con- 
ditions, what would be the proper basis upon which to make a finding as to 
the telephone rates. The whole system is undergoing a radical change in 
management and methods, by which competing lines and exchanges are be- 
ing merged; telephone and telegraph lines are being merged and in some 
cases either or both are being merged with the United States mail service. 
Under these conditions past performances cannot furnish a satisfactory 
guide as to future necessities, and, in any event, we do not understand that 
compensation to the owners of these properties will depend upon the separate 
earnings of such properties subsequent to the time when they were taken 
over by the Government. 

For the reasons herein set forth, it is 

Ordered, That the petitions herein set out for authority to increase rates 
for telephone service be denied. 

A. J. Maxwell, 
October 16, 1918. Commissioner. 



SOUTHERN BELL TELEFTIONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY TO THE 
CORPORATION COMMISSION— PETITION FOR AUTHORITY TO IN- 
CREASE TELEPHONE RATES. 

Maxwell, Commissioner: In the matter of renewal petition of the South- 
ern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company for authority to increase its 
rates for telephone service in the cities of Charlotte, Greensboro, Hamlet, 
Laurinburg, Mount Olive, Raleigh, Davidson, Reidsville, Salisbury, Wilming- 
ton, Winsiton-Salem, and Wrightsville Beach. 

The Commission finds — 

First. That the Director-General of telephone and telegraph lines, Hon- 
A. S. Hurleson, has assumed full and exclusive authority to make the rates 
for telephone service. This authority was exercised by the Director-General 



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in the matter of prescribing a scale of charges for installing telephones, and 
his authority in this matter was recognized by the petitioning companies. 

Second. It has been announced in the press that the Director-General has 
under investigation, through a board created for that purpose, the establish- 
ment of a uniform scale of rates for telephone service throughout the United 
States, so that the same charge will be made for a like service everywhere. 
Assuming that this is true, in the absence of any compelling reason to the 
contrary, rate changes should await the completion of this investigation and 
the application of such uniform scale of charges. 

Third. The Corporation Commission would not know, under present con- 
ditions, what would be the proper basis upon which to make a finding as to 
the telephone rates. The whole system is undergoing a radical change in 
management and methods, by which competing lines and exchanges are be- 
ing merged; telephone and telegraph lines are being merged and in some 
cases either or both are being merged with the United States mail service. 
Under these conditions past performances cannot furnish a satisfactory 
guide as to future necessities, and, in any event, we do not understand that 
compensation to the owners of these properties will depend upon the separate 
earnings of such properties subsequent to the time when they were taken 
over by the Government. 

For the reasons herein set forth, it is 

Ordered, That the petitions herein set out for authority to increase rates 
for telephone service be denied. 

A. J. Maxwell, 

October 16, 1918. Commissioner. 



SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY TO THE 
CORPORATION COMMISSION— PETITION FOR AUTHORITY TO IN- 
CREASE LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE RATES. 

Maxwell, Commissioner: In the matter of petition of the Southern Bell 
Telephone and Telegraph Company for authority to increase its rates for 
long distance telephone service. 

The Commission finds — 

First. That the Director-General of telephone and telegraph lines, Hon. 
A. S. Burleson, has assumed full and exclusive authority to make the rates 
for telephone service. This authority was exercised by the Director-General 
in the matter of prescribing a scale of charges for installing telephones, and 
his authority in this matter was recognized by the petitioning companies. 

Second. It has been announced in the press that the Director-General has 
under investigation, through a board created for that purpose, the establish- 
ment of a uniform scale of rates for telephone service throughout the United 
States, so that the same charge will be made for a like service everywhere. 
Assuming that this is true, in the absence of any compelling reason to the 
contrary, rate changes should await the completion of this investigation 
and the application of such uniform scale of charges. 

Third. The Corporation Commission would not know, under present con- 
ditions, what would be the proper basis upon which to make a finding as to 
the telephone rates. The whole system is undergoing a radical change in 
management and methods, by which competing lines and exchanges are be- 



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ing merged; telephone and telegraph lines are being merged and in some 
oases either or both are being merged with the United States mail service. 
Under these conditions past performances cannot furnish a satisfactory 
guide as to future necessities, and, in any event, we do not understand that 
compensation to the owners of these properties will depend upon the separate 
earnings of such properties subsequent to the time when they were taken 
over by the Government. 

For the reasons herein set forth, it is 

Ordered, That the petitions herein set out for authority to increase rates 
for long distance telephone service be denied. 

A. J. Maxwell, 

October 16, 1918. Commissioner. 



IN THE MATTER OF MOUNT AIRY TELEPHONE COMPANY FOR AU- 
THORITY TO INCREASE RATES FOR TELEPHONE SERVICE. 

Upon consideration of the record in this case, after formal hearing and 
investigation, the Commission finds that the petitioner is not earning a 
reasonable return upon the value of its investment in the Mount Airy tele- 
phone exchange upon the rates now in force, and that it will not earn in ex- 
cess of a reasonable return on the value of its property upon the increased 
rates which the Commission is asked to approve. 

It is therefore ordered, That the Mount Airy Telephone Company be au- 
thorized to charge the following rates for telephone service in its Mount Airy 
exchange: 

Business stations $ 3.00 

Resident stations 2.00 

(S) A. J. Maxwell, 
By order of the Commission: Clerk. 



IN THE MATTER OF MOUNT AIRY TELEPHONE COMPANY FOR AU- 
THORITY TO INCREASE RATES FOR TELEPHONE SERVICE. 

Exceptions having been filed by Mr. J. H. Folger, Attorney for Board of 
Commissioners of the town of Mount Airy, to the findings of facts and order 
of the Commission in the above entitled case, such order bearing date July 
no, 1918, and the said exceptions having been considered by the Commission; 
it is 

Ordered, That the exceptions be and they are hereby overruled. 

This the 14th day of August, 1918. A. J. Maxwell, 

By order of the Commission: Clerk. 



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IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION OF NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAIL- 
ROAD COMPANY FOR AUTHORITY TO DISCONTINUE CERTAIN 
PASSENGER TRAINS. 

Maxwell, Commissioner: In the month of July the Commission gave to 
the Norfolk Southern Railroad Company tentative authority to discontinue 
the operation of certain passenger trains on its lines in this State, subject to 
hearing upon complaint by any communities affected by the discontinuance 
of such trains. 

With respect to proposed discontinuance of trains Nos. 15 and 16 between 
Goldsboro and New Bern, citizens of Kinston and LaGrange petitioned the 
Commission for hearing before final authority should be given for discon- 
tinuance of these trains, which hearing was had at the office of the Com- 
mission in Raleigh this day. 

It is desired to commend the attitude of both parties with respect to the 
petition of the Norfolk Southern Railroad Company developed at the hear- 
ing, and the matter is practically submitted to the Commission for determi- 
nation upon the facts developed at the hearing without special prayer. From 
the facts submitted, it appears that trains Nos. 15 and 16, between Goldsboro 
and New Bern, have average passenger earnings approaching the bare costs 
of physical operation of these trains; that patrons of the company at points 
between Goldsboro and New Bern would be denied by the discontinuance 
of these trains passenger service which very greatly serves their convenience, 
and that these trains handle through package freight cars between Norfolk 
and points between Goldsboro and New Bern, inclusive, which add sub- 
stantially to the revenue earnings of these trains, and which prompt freight 
package service greatly serves the convenience of the patrons of this com- 
pany between Goldsboro and New Bern. Only about five tons of coal per day 
would be saved by the discontinuance of these trains, which render an im- 
portant service in both passenger and freight transportation. 

The Commission is of opinion that the service rendered by these trains is 
greater than the conservation that would be attained by their discontinuance, 
and it is therefore, 

Okdeked, That the tentative authority heretofore given for their discon- 
tinuance be withdrawn. 

This the 15th day of August, 1918. 



IN THE MATTER OF PETITION FOR INCREASE IN WATER RATES OF 
THE OXFORD WATER COMPANY. 



This cause coming on to be heard upon petition of the Oxford Water Com- 
pany of Oxford, Granville County, for increase in its rates for furnishing 
water to consumers and also to the town of Oxford. 

And it appearing to the Commission that the rates now in effect were pre- 
scribed under a franchise and contract with said town made in 1904, 

And it further appearing that since said rates were prescribed, there has 



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been a large increase in the cost of operating the plant and of all items 
entering into the production of and furnishing water to consumers and the 
municipality. 

And it further appearing that the present rates are inadequate and do not 
produce a reasonable return on the investment; that the stockholders of the 
company have not received dividends on their stock for many years; that 
the company is now operating its plant at a loss and is not able to provide 
funds for the necessary improvements and betterment of the service unless 
there shall be an increase in its revenue. 

And it further appearing that the Board of Commissioners of Oxford has 
considered and investigated the increase in rates applied for and has ap- 
proved the same. 

It is theeefore ordered, That the Oxford Water Company be and it is 
hereby authorized to charge its patrons and consumers in the town of 
Oxford the following schedule of rates, to wit: 

Minimum charge for 3,300 gallons per month, $1.50. 

For excess of 3,300 gallons and up to 5,000 gallons per month, 40 cents per 
1,000 gallons. 

For excess of 5,000 gallons and up to 10,000 gallons per month, 30 cents per 
1,000 gallons. 

For excess of 10,000 gallons and up to 100,000 gallons per month, 25 cents 
per 1,000 gallons. 

For excess of 100,000 gallons per month, 20 cents per 1,000 gallons. 

The above rates to be payable on or before the 10th day of the month 
following the rendering of the service, subject to a discount of 5 per cent if 
payment shall be made on or before the 10th day of the month: Provided, 
no discount shall be allowed on the minimum charge. 

By order of the Commission: (S) J. S. Griffin, 

August 28, 1918. Clerk. 



IN THE MATTER OF PETITION OF THE PIEDM]ONT & NORTHERN 
RAILWAY COMPANY FOR INCREASE IN LOCAL STREET CAR 
FARES FOR THE CITY OF GASTONIA. 

ORDER. 

This cause coming on to be heard upon petition of the Piedmont & Northern 
Railway Company for increase in local street car fares for the city of Gas- 
tonia. North Carolina. 

And it appearing to the Commission that on account of the abnormal in- 
crease in the cost of all material and equipment used in the operation of 
the said street railway. 

And it further appearing that the cost of labor has very miaterially ad- 
vanced, and that the lines of the Piedmont & Northern Railway Company in 
the city of Gastonia have not earned for the year, ending June 30, 1918, a 
reasonable return upon the investment of the company in that city. 

And it further appearing that a copy of said petition together with a 
financial statement of the Piedmont & Northern Railway Company having 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS 31 

been served upon the city authorities of the city of Gastonia on August 8, 
1918, and no protest having been made by the city authorities; it is 

Ordered, That the Piedmont & Northern Railway Company be and it is 
hereby authorized to increase its fares for transporting passengers over its 
street railway in the city of Gastonia, from five cents to seven cents, and 
that four tickets be sold for the sum of twenty-five cents. 

By order of the Commission: J. S. Griffin, 

August 31, 1918, Clerk. 



IN THE MATTER OF PETITION OP THE FAYETTEVILLE LIGHT AND 
POWER COMPANY FOR INCREASE IN GAS RATES FOR THE CITY 
OF FAYETTEVILLE. 

This cause coming on to be heard upon petition of the Fayetteville Light 
and Power Company for an increase in its gas rates for the city of Fayette- 
ville. 

And it appearing to the Commission that the gas company has been en- 
gaged in the manufacture and distribution of illuminating gas in the city of 
Fayetteville and suburbs for a number of years, and that on account of the 
increased cost of material and the increased cost of maintaining its plant, 
it has been unable to earn a reasonable return on its investment at the 
present rates charged for service, and that if such rates are to be continued 
in effect it could not give its patrons good service. 

And a copy of said petition having been served upon the Chamber of Com- 
merce of the city of Fayetteville, and no objection having been filed by that 
body to granting a reasonable increase in gas rates in the city of Fayetteville, 
and a copy of said petition having been served upon the city authorities of 
Fayetteville, and no objection having been raised to the granting of a reason- 
able increase in gas rates for the city of Fayetteville by said city authorities; 
it is 

Ordered, That the Fayetteville Light and Power Company be and it is 
hereby authorized to charge for gas in the city of Fayetteville a rate of two 
dollars and ten cents per one thousand cubic feet of gas less a discount of ten 
cents per one thousand cubic feet for the first five thousa,nd cubic feet, and an 
additional discount of five cents for each one thousand cubic feet of gas used 
up to twenty-five thousand cubic feet, the discount of all over twenty-five 
thousand cubic feet of gas to be twenty-five cents per one thousand cubic feet 
of gas. for payment of bills on or before the 10th day of the month succeeding 
that in which gas is used. 

By order of the Commission: (S) J. S. Griffin, 

August 31, 1918. Clerk. 



NORTH CAROLINA PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY TO THE COMMISSION- 
PETITION FOR AUTHORITY TO INCREASE STREET CAR FARES 
IN GREENSBORO. 

Maxwell, Commissioner: Hearing October 25, 1918. 

Appearances: A. L. Brooks and Carter Dalton for petitioner; C. A. Hines, 
City Attorney, and B. J. Stafford, Mayor, Greensboro. 



32 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION- 

From testimony of the petitioner, it appears that the street car business 
in the city of Greensboro has never been a profitable enterprise; that the 
petitioner has never in its history paid but one dividend, and that on its 
preferred stock at the rate of 4 per cent. Its income from operation of its 
street car service for the year 1918 fell short $14,328.74 of the costs of operat- 
ing the service and a 6 per cent depreciation on its street car properties, 
without including in its operating expenses any interest on bonded indebted- 
ness. Its operating expenses are increasing, and it has now to meet a sub- 
stantial increase in wages of employees. 

This statement of testimony leaves the Commission without any ground 
for the proper exercise of a discretion to deny the petition. Public service 
companies render services necessary to the public convenience. Such service 
cannot be continuously performed at less than the cost of the service. They 
are denied the right at any time to make extraordinary profits and are en- 
titled as a matter of legal right to charge such rates as will yield a fair 
return for the service rendered and a fair return upon the value of the 
property devoted to the public service. It is, therefore. 

Ordered, That the North Carolina Public Service Company be authorized 
to charge for street car service in the city of Greensboro, effective Novem- 
ber, 1, 1918, seven cents for street car fares; that blocks of four tickets be 
sold for twenty-five cents, and it is recommended that books of seventeen 
tickets be sold for one dollar. 

By order of the Commission: (S) J. S. Griffin, 

This October 26, 1918. Clerk. 



SALISBURY & SPENCER RAILWAY COMPANY TO THE COMMISSION- 
PETITION FOR AUTHORITY TO INCREASE STREET CAR FARES 
IN CONCORD. 

Maxwell, Commissioner: Hearing October 25, 1918. 

Appearances: A. L. Brooks and Carter Dalton for petitioner. 

It being shown by the petitioner that its street car service was operated for 
the year 1918 in Concord at a loss of $3,358.16, without taking into account 
any interest on bonds or dividends on stock; that its costs of operation are 
increasing; that it now has to meet largely increased costs on account of 
street paving; and no objection appearing to the granting the petition, it is, 
therefore. 

Ordered, That the Salisbury & Spencer Railway Company be authorized to 
charge for street car service in the city of Concord, effective November 1, 
1918, seven cents for street car fares; that blocks of four tickets be sold for 
twenty-five cents, and it is recommended that books of seventeen tickets be 
sold for one dollar. 

This October 26, 1918. (S) J. S. Griffin, 

By order of the Commission: Clerk. 



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GOLDSBORO ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY TO THE COMMISSION- 
PETITION FOR INCREASE IN STREET CAR PARES IN THE CITY 
OF GOLDSBORO. 

This cause coming on to be heard upon petition of Goldsboro Electric Rail- 
way Company, a corporation operating the street railway system in the city 
of Goldsboro, and it appearing to the Commission that the said corporation 
since its organization and up until the latter part of 1917 has been able only 
to make its actual expenses from the operation of said street railway system 
in the city of Goldsboro, and has never been able to pay a dividend nor accu- 
mulate a surplus. 

And it appearing further to the Commission, that since the latter part of 
the year 1917, the corporation has been operating its street railway system 
in the city of Goldsboro at a net loss, detailed operating statements having 
been made to the Commission duly verified. 

And it appearing further to the Commission, that the city authorities of 
the city of Goldsboro have unanimously approved petition of the Goldsboro 
Electric Railway Company for increase in its fares for transporting passen- 
gers over its street car line in the city of Goldsboro; it is, therefore. 

Ordered, That the Goldsboro Electric Railway Company be and it is hereby 
authorized to charge for transporting over its street railway system in the 
city of Goldsboro the schedule of rates herein named, to wit: 

Cash fare 7 cents. 

Four tickets 25 cents. 

School children cash fare 5 cents. 

School children six tickets 25 cents. 

By order of the Commission: (S) J. S. Griffin, 

This 21st day of November, 1918. Clerk. 



NORTH CAROLINA PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY TO THE COMMISSION- 
PETITION FOR INCREASE IN STREET CAR FARES IN CITY OF 
HIGH POINT. 

Lee, Chairman: This matter was set down for hearing at the office of the 
Commission, on the 8th day of November, and notice was given to the citi- 
zens of High Point through its duly constituted authorities and through the 
commercial organizations of said city. 

By agreement of counsel for the city of High Point, the matter was con- 
sidered upon the petition and the answer filed on behalf of said city of 
High Point. 

It appearing to the Commission that the North Carolina Public Service 
Company is a corporation engaged in the operation of a street car system in 
the city of High Point, and it further appearing from its financial state- 
ment, made in detail, duly verified, and filed with the Commission, that said 
corporation has been unable to earn a fair return upon its investment in its 
said street car system, and that its operation prior to and during the war 
period, has been at an actual loss. 

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34 N. C. CORPORATIOIS' COMMISSION 

And it further appearing from the record, that there has been no attempt 
to controvert the matters above set out; it is, therefore, 

Okdered, That the North Carolina Public Service Company be and it is 
hereby authorized and permitted to charge for transporting passengers over 
its street car system in the city of High Point, the fares herein named below: 

Seven cents cash fare per passenger; four tickets to be sold for twenty- 
five cents. 

By order of the Commission: (S) J. S. Griffin, 

This 22d day of November, 1918. Cleric. 



NORTH CAROLINA PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY TO THE COMMISSION- 
PETITION FOR INCREASE IN GAS RATES IN CITY OP HIGH POINT. 

Lee, Chairman: This matter was set down for hearing at the office of the 
Commission, at Raleigh, on the 8th day of November, 1918, and notice was 
given to the citizens of High Point through its duly constituted authorities 
and through the commercial organizations of said city. 

By agreement of counsel for the city of High Point, the matter was con- 
sidered upon the petition and the answer filed on behalf of said city of High 
Point. 

It appearing to the Commission that the North Carolina Public Service 
Company is a corporation engaged in the manufacture and distribution of 
gas in the city of High Point, and it further appearing from its financial 
statement, made in detail, duly verified, and filed with the Commission, that 
said corporation has been unable to earn a fair return upon its investment 
in its gas plant in the city of High Point, and that its operation of said gas 
plant prior to and during the war period has been at an actual loss. 

And it further appearing from the record in this cause, that there has 
been no attempt to controvert the matter herein set out therefore, 

Ordered, That the North Carolina Public Service Company be and it is 
hereby authorized and permitted to charge for gas in the city of High Point, 
from and after November 1, 1918, the following rates or schedule of prices, 
to wit: 

First ten thousand cubic feet $ 1.85 gross, $ 1.75 net. 

Next twenty thousand cubic feet 1.35 gross, 1.25 net. 

Over thirty thousand cubic feet 1.10 gross, 1.00 net. 

Discount period 10 days. Minimum charge 75 cents. 

By order of the Commissiion : (S) J. S. Griffin, 

This 22d day of November, 1918. Clerk. 



SALISBURY & SPENCER RAILWAY COMPANY TO THE COMMISSION- 
PETITION FOR INCREASE IN STREET CAR PARES IN CITY OF 
SALISBURY. 

This matter was set down for hearing and was heard at the office of the 
Commission, Raleigh, on the 8th day of November, 1918. 



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35 



Stable Linn, Esq., for petitioners. 

Hon. W. H. Woodson, Mayor, for citizens of Salisbury. 

From tbe evidence and record in the case, it appears tbat tbe Salisbury 
& Spencer Railway Company is a corporation operating a street railway 
system in the city of Salisbury and vicinity; that from its financial state- 
ment submitted to the Commission, duly verified, it has been unable to earn 
a fair return upon its investment in its street car system in the city of Salis- 
bury, and that prior to and during the war period it has operated said street 
railway system at an actual loss. No evidence was introduced on behalf of 
Protestants in rebuttal of said financial statement. 

Protestants introduce evidence as to occasional break® in the service, 
which was in part admitted by petitioner, and the Commission will order 
this service improved. It, therefore. 

Ordered, That the Salisbury & Spencer Railway Company be and it is 
hereby authorized and permitted to charge for transporting passengers over 
its street railway lines in the city of Salisbury and vicinity, the rates herein 
named, to wit: 

Seven cents for each passenger; four tickets to be sold for twenty-five 
cents. 

By order of the Commission: (S) J. S. Griffin, 

This 25th day of November, 1918. Glerk. 



SALISBURY & SPENCER RAILWAY COMPANY TO THE COMMISSION— 
PETITION FOR INCREASE IN STREET GAS RATES IN CITY OF 
SALISBURY. 

This maitter was set down for hearing and was heard at the office of the 
Commission, Raleigh, on the 8th day of November, 1918. 

Stable Linn, Esq., for petitioners. 

Hon. W. H. Woodson, Mayor, for citizens of Salisbury. 

From the evidence and record in the case, it appears that the Salisbury & 
Spencer Railway Company is a corporation engaged in the manufacture and 
distribution of gas in the city of Salisbury; that from its financial state- 
ment submitted to the Commission, duly verified, it has been unable to earn 
a fair return upon its investment in its gas plant in the city of Salisbury. 
No evidence was introduced on behalf of protestants in rebuttal of said 
financial statement. 

Protestants introduced some evidence as to the inferior quality of the gas, 
which was in part admitted by petitioners. 

However, the Commission now has under consideration a plan for the 
proper inspection of gas plants in the several cities of the State looking to 
the standardization of the quality of gas and better service, and is now 
seeking a method, with the advice and assistance of the Bureau of Standards 
of the United States Government, that will bring about any needed improve- 
ment in this respect. It, therefore. 

Ordered, That the Salisbury & Spencer Railway Company be and it is 



36 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

hereby authorized and permitted to charge for gas from and after November 
1, 1918, city of Salisbury the rates herein named, to wit: 

First ten thousand cubic feet $1.70 gross, $1.60 net. 

Next fifteen thousand cubic feet 1.35 gross, 1.25 net. 

Next twenty-five thousand cubic feet 1.10 gross, 1.00 net. 

Over fifty thousand cubic feet 95 gross, .85 net. 

Discount period 10 days. Minimum charge 75 cents. 

By order of the Commission: (S) J. S. Griffin, 

This 25th day of November, 1918. Clerk. 



SALISHURY & SPENCER RAILWAY COMPANY TO THE COMMISSION- 
PETITION FOR INCREASE IN STREET CAR FARES IN CITY OF 
SPENCER. 

This matter was set down for hearing and was heard at the office of the 
Commission, Raleigh, on the 8th day of November, 1918. 

Stable Linn, Esq., for petitioners. 

Hon. W. H. Burton, Mayor, for citizens of Spencer. 

From the evidence and record in the case it appears that the Salisbury & 
Spencer Railway Company is a corporation operating a street railway 
system in the city of Spencer and vicinity; that from its financial statement 
submitted to the Commission, duly verified, it has been unable to earn a 
fair return upon its investment in its street car system in the city of 
Spencer, and that prior to and during the war period it has operated said 
street railway system at an actual loss. No evidence was introduced on be- 
half of Protestants in rebuttal of said financial statement. 

Protestants introduced evidence as to occasional breaks in the service, 
which was in part admitted by petitioners, and the Commission will order 
this service improved. It is, therefore, 

Ordered, That the Salisbury & Spencer Railway Company be and it is 
hereby authorized and permitted to charge for transporting passengers over 
its street railway lines in the city of Spencer the rates herein, named to wit: 

Seven cents for each passenger; four tickets to be sold for twenty-five 
cents. 

By order of the Commission: (S) J. S. Griffin, 

This 25th day of November, 1918. Clerk. 



SALISBURY & SPENCER RAILWAY COMPANY TO THE COMMISSION- 
PETITION FOR INCREASE IN STREET GAS RATES IN CITY OF 
SPENCER. 

This matter was set down for hearing and was heard at the office of the 
Commission, Raleigh, on the 8th day of November, 1918. 
Stable Linn, Esq., for petitioners. 



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Hon, W. H. Burton, Mayor, for citizens of Spencer. 

From the evidence and record in the case it appears that the Salisbury & 
Spencer Railway Company is a corporation engaged in the manufacture and 
distribution of gas in the city of Spencer; that from its financial statement 
submitted to the Commission, duly verified, it has been unable to earn a fair 
return upon its investment in its gas plant in the city of Spencer. No evi- 
dence was introduced on behalf of protestants in rebuttal of said financial 
statement. 

Protestants introduced some evidence as to the inferior quality of the gas, 
which was in part admitted by petitioners. 

However, the Commission now has under consideration a plan for the 
proper inspection of gas plants in the several cities of the State looking to 
the standardization of the quality of gas and better service, and is now 
seeking a method, with the advice and assistance of the Bureau of Standards 
of the United States Government, that will bring about any needed improve- 
ment in this respect. It, therefore, 

Ordeeed, That the Salisbury & Spencer Railway Company be and it is 
hereby authorized and permitted to charge for gas from and after November 
1, 1918, city of Spencer the rates herein named, to wit: 

First ten thousand cubic feet $1.85 gross, $1.75 net. 

Next twenty thousand cubic feet 1.35 gross, 1.25 net. 

Over thirty thousand cubic feet 1.10 gross, 1.00 net. 

Discount period 10 days. Minimum charge 75 cents. 

By order of the Commission: (S) J. S. Griffin, 

This 25th day of November, 1918. Clerk. 



PIEDMONT POWER AND LIGHT COMPANY TO THE COMMISSION- 
PETITION FOR INCREASE IN RATES IN THE TOWNS OF BUR- 
LINGTON, GRAHAM, MEBANE, AND GIBSONVILLE. 

This cause was set down for hearing before the Commission at its office in 
Raleigh on Friday, November 8, 1918. 

E. S. Parker, Jr., Esq., and J. H. Bridgers, Esq., for petitioner. 

J. H. Vernon, Esq., for town of Burlington. 

T. C. Carter, Esq., for town of Mebane. 

Petitioner is a corporation operating an electric power plant in the towns 
of Burlington, Gibsonville, Graham and MIebane, and serving commercial 
electric lighting to the citizens of said towns. 

Petitioner submitted verified statement of its financial operations in the 
towns named herein showing that the increase in its labor cost for the 
month of August, 1918, over the months of August, 1917, was $1,284, and for 
the month of September, 1918, over the month of September, 1917, $1,902. 
That during the war period, and now the petitioner has been able to pur- 
chase coal sufficient only to produce power to generate 425 K. W. H. per ton 
as against coal purchased prior to the pre-war period that would produce 
power sufficient to generate 600 to 650 K. W. H. per ton. That there has 
been an actual deficit in operating expenses in August, 1918, as against 



38 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

August, 1917, of $3,437.38, and September, 1918, as against September, 1917, of 
$1,196.86. No testimony was offered on behalf of respondents in rebuttal of 
said financial statement of petitioner. It is, therefore, 

Ordeobed, That petitioner, Piedmont Power and Light Company, be and it 
is hereby authorized and permitted to charge for commercial lighting in the 
towns of Burlington, Gibsonville, Graham and Mebane, from and after No- 
vember 1, 1918, the following schedule of rates: 

12 cents K. W. H. first 50 K. W. H. per month. 

9 cents K. W. H. next 250 K. W. H. per month. 

7 cents K. W. H. next 750 K. W. H. per month. 

5 cents K. W. H. excess K. W. H. per month. 

Discount 5 per cent if bills are paid within ten days. Minimum 7 K. W. H. 
per month. 

By order of Commission: (S) J. S. Griffin, 

This 29th day of November, 1918. Clerk. 



CLAIMS AND COMPLAINTS. 



PASSENGER SERVICE. 

Citizens of Tarboro v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Petition 
asking for extension of trains 93 and 94, running from Rocky Mount to 
Fayetteville and return, to Tarboro. After much correspondence and a hear- 
ing in the matter, the Commission requests the defendant company to ar- 
range to give the proposed service a trial of sixty days to determine whether 
or not it would develop sufficient patronage to justify its continuance. After 
several months trial it appears that the service does not justify continuance, 
the Commission gives defendant company authority to discontinue same. 

Frank T. Spinney v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Petition asking that 
train No. 1 stop at Pine Bluff for passengers purchasing tickets north and 
west of Richmond. The matter is taken up with defendant company, but 
this being interstate train and the operations of same not being subject to 
control of the Commission, case is dismissed. 

Citizens of Lineberry v. Southern Railway Company. Petition asking for 
establishment of depot at Lineberry, station on defendant's line of road. It 
appearing that shipments moving to and from Lineberry are quite small, de- 
fendant company advises that arrangements are made to have box car fitted 
up nicely, and no further complaint being made to Commission, case is 
closed. 

Franklinton v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint of depot accommoda- 
tions, and asking that passenger station adequate and sufficient for accom- 
modation and convenience of passengers be provided. Defendant company 
advises that representative will visit Franklinton and make satisfactory ad- 
justment. 

Citizens of Mints v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Petition for 
establishment of regular agency at Mints, station on defendant's line of road. 
Defendant company advises that business at that station is quite smiall, and 
it has good depot with caretaker who looks after freight and flags trains. 
Case is dismissed. 

Carolina, Clinchfield & Ohio Railway Company to the Commission, Ap- 
plication to change station of Tate to nonagency station. Commission ad- 
vises that authority is granted to discontinue agency but to continue Tate 
as a prepay station. 

Edenton Board of Trade v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Petition 
asking for change in schedule of trains on Columbia Branch, enabling citi- 
zens of Tyrrell and Washington counties to make trips to Edenton at least 
twice a week and return same day, thereby allowing a reasonable amount 
of time in Edenton in which to attend to business. Schedule arranged 
satisfactorily. 

Citizens of Asheville, Brevard and Hendersonville v. Southern Railway 
Company. Petition asking for more convenient schedule locally between 
Hendersonville and Asheville. Dismissed. 



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Judge Walter Clark v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Oompany, and Nor- 
folk Southern Railroad Company. Union passenger station at Wilson. The 
matter of defendant companies establishing jointly a passenger station at 
Wilson wias taken up with railroad companies and Wilson people. Dis- 
missed. 

Madison County Railway Company to the Comtnisslon. Petition asking 
for removal of depot at Runion to Junction of Madison County Railway 
Company. Petition withdrawn. 

Citizens of Cherryville v. Seaboard Air Line Railway Company. Petition 
for depot facilities. Railway Company advises that plans for depot improve- 
ments will be submitted, and that later on new depot will be constructed. 

Citizens of Crutchfield v. Southern Railway Company. Petition asking for 
former service to be restored, that is having agent meet train 239. De- 
fendant company furnishes Commission with report showing cash fares 
collected, and complainant is advised that from the report it does not appear 
that sufficient business is handled to require replacing of agent at Crutch- 
field. Dismissed. 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Company to the Commission. Freight and 
passenger station at Asheboro. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company files 
with the Commission location and structure plan for new combined freight 
and passenger station for Asheboro, asking for approval of the Commission. 
Petition is filed by citizens of Asheboro asking that Commission prevent 
building of proposed station on account of inaccessibility of same. Commis- 
sion approves plans and advises railway company to proceed with construc- 
tion of same. 

Elizabeth City Chamber of Commerce v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Com- 
pany. Complaint >Df service from Suffolk to Elizabeth City. Adjusted. 

B. B. Hill V. Atlantic & Western Railway Company. Complaint of accomo- 
dations for colored people. Adjusted. 

Citizens of Bullock v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of freight 
and passenger service on defendant's line between Oxford and Clarksville, 
N. C. Defendant company makes report to the Commission showing that 
double daily service on this line would not be justifiable. Case dismissed. 

S. M. Young V. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaint as to 
manner in which baggage is handled on night train of defendant company 
at Kinston. Adjusted. 

T. H. Crocker v. Seaboard Air Line Railway Company. Complaint of pas- 
senger service from Portsmouth to points' between Norlina and Raleigh. 
Dismissed. 

Citizens of Kittrell v. Seaboard Air Line Railway Company. Complaint 
of passenger service between Kittrell and Henderson. Dismissed. 

Alex. Lee v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaint as to fare 
from Grants to Belhaven. Adjusted. 

George A. Gash, Blantyre v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint as 
to conditions existing at Blantyre with reference to shipping pulp wood. 
Adjusted. 

A. J. Sutton V. Appalachian Railway Coiiipany. Complaint of depot accom- 
modations at Ela. It appearing that station at this place is adequate, case 
is dismissed. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS 41 

M. F. Kersey v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint as to accommoda- 
tions on defendant's trains between Greensboro and Ramseur. Adjusted. 

D. F. Davis v, Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaint of station 
accommodations at Pike Road, ^station on defendant's line. Adjusted. 

Citizens of Hyde County v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Com- 
plaint of failure to receive mail regularly, due to defendant company failing 
to keep schedules. Commission is advised by defendant company that 
schedules will be rearranged so as to adjust the complaint. 

Stanly Winborne v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Complaint 
of danger in defendant company stopping passenger train on bridge at Tunis, 
N. C, while passenger train takes on water. Defendant company advises 
that instructions have been given for erection of additional tank for accomo- 
modation of southbound trains at Tunis. 

Citizens of Ruffin v. Southern Railway Company. Petition to have train 
No. 36 stop on flag at Ruffin. It appearing that ticket sales for this train 
were small, and if this petition should be granted for one station it would be 
requested for all, and the train being through train, case is dismissed. 

Citizens of Pelham v. Southern Railway Company. Petition to have 
train No. 36 stop on flag at Pelham. It appearing that the ticket sales for 
this train were small, train being through train and if granted for one 
station it would be requested by all. Case is dismissed. 

Azalea Woodworking Company v. Southern Railway Company. Petition 
asking that Nos. 15 and 16 stop on flag at Azalea. Dismissed. 

Erwin A. Holt v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Complaint of 
mail service due perhaps to trains missing connection at Selma. Matter 
investigated. Dismissed. 

C. C. Smoot & Sons Company v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint 
of mail service since change in schedule between Greensboro and North 
Wilkesboro. Dismissed. 

Snowden v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Petition from Senator 
Cox asking that Snowden be made flag stop for trains Nos. 1 and 2. Granted. 

Citizens of Acme v. Seaboard Air Line Railway Company. Complaint as 
to accommodations at Acme, station on defendant's line of road. Adjusted. 

Citizens of Roper and Wenona v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. 
Complaint of unsatisfactory service, passenger, mail and express. Defend- 
ant company advises that it is working out a rearrangement of schedules 
that it anticipates will be satisfactory. 

Citizens of Aurora v. Washington & Vandemere Railroad Company. Com- 
plaint of passenger train service, asking that passenger and freight train be 
operated daily except Sunday, and passenger train operated Sunday between 
Washington and Vandemere. Defendant company advises that business 
would not justify expense of putting on additional passenger train. 

W. H. .Clark v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaint as to 
defendant company anticipating making change in schedule on Edenton- 
Suffolk Branch. Defendant company advises it has no intention of making 
change in schedule. 

New Bern Chamber of Commerce v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. 
Complaint of discontinuance of trains Nos. 13 and 14, between New Bern 
and Washington. Adjusted. 



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Citizens of Dennis v. Norfolk and Western Railway Company. Petition 
asking that separate accommodations be furnished for colored and white 
people at Dennis, station on defendant's road. Dismissed. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Permission to change 
name of Marion Junction, station on Southern Railway, to Clinchcross. 
Commission advises of its approval. 

Raleigh Chamber of Commerce v. Norfolk Southern Railroad and Southern 
Railway Company. Petition asking for connection of defendant companies' 
trains reaching Raleigh at 7:25 p. m. Defendant, Southern Railway Com- 
pany, advises it will hold its train for arrival of Norfolk Southern Railroad 
when same is reported to reach Raleigh on time. 

Judge Walter Clark v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaint 
of refusal of defendant company to sell through ticket from Raleigh to Nor- 
fleet, station on Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Defendant Company advises 
that tickets will be sold to Norfleet and other points on Atlantic Coast Line 
Railroad Company. 

R. A. Parley v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of lack of drink- 
ing water at Charlotte station. Defendant company advises that it has 
spigot located in main white waiting room, also in colored waiting room, and 
also water coolers in white and colored women's waiting rooms. 

Citizens of Warsaw v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Location 
of new depot at Warsaw. It appearing that the location had already been 
determined upon and the building of same begun, the matter is adjusted. 

J. W. Railings, Indian Trail, v. Seaboard Air Line Railway Company. Ap- 
plication for agent at Indian Trail. Dismissed. 

J. H. Alexander, Jr. v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Complaint 
of train schedule for Scotland Neck of No. 58. Dismissed. 

Citizens of Canton v. Southern Railway Company. Depot accommodations. 
Defendant company advises that plans will be prepared as early as engineer 
can do so and the work go forward, for the erection of suitable depot. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Petition to close Bethania 
as regular agency and make same prepay agency. Petition filed against 
closing this station, and case is dismissed. 

Carolina Railroad Company to the Commission. Application to close 
Dawson and Glenfield agencies. Granted. 

Citizens of Webb v. Carolina, Clinchfield & Ohio Railway Company. 
Petition to make Webb flag stop. It appearing that Webb is between Green 
Mountain and Relief, both of which stations are stops. Green Mountain 
being regular station and Relief prepay station, and having stop at Webb 
would make stops only two miles apart. Case is dismissed. 

Citizens of Pittsboro v. Seaboard Air Line Railway Company. Petition 
for installation of telephone at Pittsboro station. Dismissed. 

G. S. Harrill, Ellenboro, v. Southern Railway Company. Petition to the 
Commission asking for change in name of station from Henrietta to Ham- 
rick. Dismissed. 

Hickory Daily Record v. Carolina & Northwestern Railway Company. 
Complaint with reference to schedule of passenger trains Nos. 5 and 6, be- 
tween Hickory and Lenoir, same being discontinuance of these trains. It 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS 43 

appearing that the discontinuance of these trains is due to congested con- 
ditions during the war, case is dismissed. 

Citizens of Brickhouse, Corinth v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Complaint 
of change in schedule between Raleigh and Charlotte. Dismissed. 

Heriot Clarkson v. Carolina, Clinchfield & Ohio Railway Compiany, and 
Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint of passenger service, Seaboard Air 
Line Railway failing to make connection at Bostic with the Carolina, Clinch- 
field & Ohio Railway, thereby causing great inconvenience to people going 
to Little Switzerland. After taking the matter up with defendant companies, 
the Carolina, Clinchfield & Ohio Railway Company advises the Commission 
that its connections are dependable, the Seaboard Air Line showing disposi- 
tion to wait any reasonable length of time, sometimes as much as thirty 
minutes, and that connections are not missed more than twice a month. 
Case is dismissed. 

Citizens of Lansing v. Virginia-Carolina Railroad Company. Petition for 
depot and accommodations at Lansing. Dismissed. 

Chas. B. Deaver v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint as to cattle 
guards used between Brevard and Hendersonville. Commission is advised 
by defendant company that the cattle guards used are standard. Case dis- 
missed. 

Judson Seaborn v. Seaboard Air Line Railway Company. Complaint as 
to railroad crossing between Wake Forest and Raleigh. Adjusted. 

Citizens of Raeford v. Aberdeen & Rockflsh Railroad Company. Complaint 
of mail service. Dismissed. 

Roanoke River Railway Company to the Commission. Application for 
permission to dismantle and sell rails, locomotives, etc. Commission advises 
that this can only be done through authority by the Legislature. Dismissed. 

James L. Doll v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaint as to 
handling baggage at Kinston. Dismissed. 

Town of Landis v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of service ren- 
dered by defendant company. Adjusted. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application to change 
name of station from McLeansburg to McLeansville. Granted. 

M. C. Price v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint as to condition of 
passenger coaches on trains leaving Greensboro. Adjusted. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway Company to the Commission. Application for 
change in schedule of trains to Atlanta and Jacksonville. Granted. 

Carolina and Yadkin River Railway Company. Application for authority 
to discontinue Sunday trains between High Point and High Rock. Granted. 

Travelers' Protective Association v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company 
and Southern Railway Company. Petition asking that defendant companies 
make connection by Southern train 111 and Atlantic Coast Line train arriv- 
ing at Selma at 11:21 p. m., thereby making connection from Norfolk to 
Raleigh, Durham, Grensboro, etc., at night. Southern Railway Company ad- 
vises it will change its schedule to have its train leave Selma five minutes 
later than its schedule then shows, so as to make connection. 

Wiley M. Roberts v. Southern Railway Company. Petition asking that 
trains Nos. 11 and 12 stop on fiag at Redman, Dismissed. 



44 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

Citizens of Gary v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Petition asking that train 
No. 7 stop on flag a.t Gary. This being a through interstate train and not 
subject to order of tlie Gommission, petition is dismissed. 

Southern Railway Gompany to the Gommission. Application for permis- 
sion to discontinue agency at North Gharlotte, depot at said place having 
been destroyed by fire. Granted. 

Gitizens of North G'harlotte v. Southern Railway Gompany. Petition ask- 
ing that defendant company rebuild depot, same having been destroyed by 
fire. Gommission advises it would not be justified in requiring defendant 
company to rebuild depot at this time, owing to increased cost of main- 
tenance together with minimum wage paid station agents by United States 
Railroad Administration, and also that reestablishment of same would bring 
into question authority of Gommission under the five-mile limit law. Dis- 
missed. 

Valdese Manufacturing Gompany v. Southern Railway Gompany and West- 
ern Union Telegraph Gompany. Application to make Valdese flag stop for 
train No. 36, and also have telegraph operator placed at that point. Defend- 
ant, Southern Railway Gompany, advises it will make Valdese flag stop for 
train No. 36. Adjusted with reference to telegraph operator. 

Atlantic Goast Line Railroad Gompany to the Gommission. Application 
to discontinue agency at House. Granted. 

Gitizens of Wendell v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Gompany. Gomplaint 
of accommodations at passenger station. Dismissed. 

Gitizens of Osgood v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Petition asking that 
trains Nos. 11 and 12 stop at Osgood. Defendant company advises these 
trains will stop on flag. 

Gitizens of Wildwood v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Gompany. Petition 
asking that Wildwood be made regular stop for passenger trains. Granted. 

Gitizens of Blantyre v. Southern Railway Gompany. Petition with refer- 
ence to facilities for handling business at Blantyre, asking that passenger 
and freight station be built, equipped and furnished, adequate and suited to 
the needs of the community. Adjusted. 

Berry O'Kelly v. Seaboard Air Line Railway Gompany. Gomplaint as to 
accommodations at Raleigh Union depot for colored people, in that the front 
door to waiting room for colored people is not kept open. Gommission re- 
quests that defendant company arrange to have this door kept open. 

Mount Mitchell Railroad to the Gommission. Petition with reference to 
approval of passenger rates. Gompany authorized to charge passenger rate 
of $2.50 for each adult passenger for a round trip over said road. 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Gompany to the Gommission. Application to 
discontinue stop at River Road and Hall's Swamp. Granted. 

R. E. Price v. Carolina, Glinchfield & Ohio Railway Company and Southern 
Railway Gompany. Gomplaint of failure of trains to make connection at 
Bostic Junction. Dismissed. 

Carolina. Glinchfield & Ohio Railway Gompany v. L. B. Stewart and wife, 
Lydia Stewart. Condemnation of property at Spruce Pine. Upon request of 
petitioner, case is dismissed. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS 45 

Seaboard Air Line to the Commission. Application to change passenger 
schedules of train leaving Norlina and train leaving Charlotte. Granted. 

Belhaven Board of Trade v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Petition asking 
for reinstatement of train service on Pinetown Branch. Complainant claims 
new schedule breaks connection with main line train and delays freight and 
passenger traffic. Adjusted, and old schedule reinstated. 

FREIGHT SERVICE. 

Town of Glenwood v. Southern Railway Company. Petition for side track 
and overhead bridge. Dismissed. 

Citizens of Monroe, Hamlet, Lilesville and Marshville. Petition for addi- 
tional freight train service between Monroe and Hamlet. Dismissed. 

John R. L. Cole v. Southern. Railway Company. Application for side track 
facilities at Epps Springs. Dismissed. 

Dickson Cotton Mill v. Seaboard Air Line Railway Company. In the 
matter of condemnation of coal chute and refusal to place shipments of coal 
on same, asking that defendant company be required to put coal chute in 
good condition. Complainant is advised that Commission does not think it 
reasonable to require defendant company to keep coal 'trestle in repair as 
revenue from shipments handled over it did not appear sufficient to justify 
defendant assuming expense. Dismissed. 

State's Prison v. Seaboard Air Line Railway Company and Southern Rail- 
way Company. Complaint with reference to trains of defendant companies 
blocking entrance to Prison for unreasonable length of time. Adjusted. 

A. P. Foster v. Southern Railway Company (Tallulah Falls Railway Com- 
pany). Application for side track at Tryphosa. Track installed. 

N. C. Hines v. Seaboard Air Line Railway Company. Complaint of condi- 
tion of track at crossing at fair grounds. Adjusted. 

Senator Nelson v. Carolina and Northwestern Railway Company. Com- 
plaint of delay of defendant company in providing permanent bridge in 
place of temporary bridge on defendant's line of road between Hickory and 
Lenoir, bridge having been carried away by flood of 1916. Defendant com- 
pany advises that the matter will have proper attention and the matter of 
replacing bridge will begin as soon as possible. 

Atlantic and Carolina Railroad to the Commission. Application for ex- 
emption from section 263a, Revisal 1907, section 3, chapter 217, Laws 1907. 
Granted in so far as said act imposes penalties for failure to furnish cars 
for loading. 

T. C. Moon, Graham, v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of condi- 
tion of coal trestle at Graham, and asking that defendant company be re- 
quired to rebuild same. Dismissed. 

Citizens of Roanoke Rapids v. Seaboard Air Line Railway Company. Com- 
plaint of freight service. Defendant company advises that matter is being 
given attention and complainants will be given relief. Adjusted. 

W. H. Hall V. Seaboard Air Line Railway Company. Complaint of freight 
service rendered at Cary. Adjusted. 



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E. P. Watson v. Black Mountain Railway Company. Complaint of notice 
by defendant company of discontinuance of receiving freight at Summit Cut, 
station on its line of road. Adjusted. 

LaGrange Steam Plant Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. 
Application for siding facilities. Side track installed. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway Company to the Commission. Application for 
permission to discontinue siding known as McMillan. Granted. 

Linville River Railway Company to the Commission. Application for re- 
lief from penalty imposed by section 3, chapter 217, Laws 1907, with refer- 
ence to failure to place cars for loading. Order made granting the relief 
desired. 

N. W. Abernathy v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of service at 
Marble Siding. Adjusted. 

A. J. Sutton V. Southern Railway Company. Petition for side track at 
Ela, station on defendant's line. Dismissed. 

James H. Pou v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Petition for side 
track. Side track installed. 

Alexander & Garsed v. Piedmont and Northern Railway Company. Petition 
for siding to plant near Charlotte. Petitioner decides not to install plant, 
and advises defendant company that it did not care for siding at the present 
time. Dismissed. 

Trent River Marl and Lime Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Com- 
pany. Application for side track facilities. Agreement is reached as to 
siding between petitioner and defendant, and Commission is asked to con- 
tinue matter indefinitely pending adjustment. 

Town of Littleton v. Seaboard Air Line Railway Company. Complaint of 
pass track near Littleton being full of oars. Commission requests defendant 
company to keep pass track clear as much as possible. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company, Norfolk Southern Railroad Com- 
pany, Seaboard Air Line Railway Company, and Southern Railway Company 
to the Commission. Application for authority to close larger freight stations 
for receiving freight earlier. Granted, and order is made amending rule of 
the Commission with reference to hours for keeping depots open for receiv- 
ing and delivering freight. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway Company to the Commission. Application for 
authority to discontinue Forestville and Wyatt as stations on tariffs issued. 
Granted. 

Citizens of Rose v. Southern Railway Company. Petition for station 
facilities for freight and express. Dismissed. 

G. S. Welch V. Southern Railway Company. Application for siding facili- 
ties at Jennie Siding. Adjusted. 

Rush Stroup v. Seaboard Air Line Railway Company. Application for 
construction of crossing near stubbs. Applioation granted. 

Citizens of Willetts v. Southern Railway Company. Application for side 
track facilities. Commissioner Lee goes to Willetts and the matter is ad- 
justed. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS 47 

Thompsons Company v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint as to 
transfer of freight and switching charge. Defendant company advises agent 
was in error in declining to switch car, and overcharge is authorized re- 
funded. 

Mrs. J. R. Ferrall v. Norfolk and Western Railway Company. Connection 
of trains at Durham. Dismissed. 

Citizens of Liberty v. Southern Railway Company. Application asking 
that electric lights be installed at depot of defendant company. Dismissed. 

Charlotte Shippers and Manufacturers Association v. Southern Railway 
Company. Complaint of freight depot at Charlotte, the roof on warehouse 
being in bad condition. Defendant company advises authority for recovering 
half of depot had been granted, and work would begin as soon as contract 
could be let and material secured. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company^ to the Commission. Application 
for permission to abandon side track at Emerson. Granted. 

Raleigh Chamber of Commerce v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint 
as to order with reference to designating days of week on which less than 
carload shipments of freight were to be received. Defendant company ad- 
vises this action is uniform all over the entire system. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Permission for consoli- 
dation of freight agencies of Seaboard Air Line Railway and Southern Rail- 
way at Cary. Granted. 

Asheboro Wheelbarrow Company v. High Pointy Randlemen, Asheboro and 
Southern Railway Company. Notice to petitioner by defendant company that 
they will be denied use of side track then being used unless they execute 
certain form of contract covering continued use and operation of the siding. 
This is taken up with United States Railroad Administration, and Commis- 
sion advised that the matter be left in abeyance, without immediate execu- 
tion of new contract until further considered, this being satisfactory to de- 
fendant company. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway to the Commission. Application to make 
Scholl prepay station. Granted. 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Company to the Commission. Rearrangement 
of freight schedule between Star and Charlotte, discontinuing freight trains 
Nos. 62 and 63 between Star and Charlotte, and substituting in lieu two 
local freight trains. Approved application for discontinuance of freight 
trains Nos. 62 and 63, with understanding that in rearrangement travel be- 
tween Star and Charlotte is taken care of with mixed train. 

Norfolk Southern Railroad to the Commission. Application to make 
Samarcand prepay station. Granted. 

FERRY, ELECTRIC LIGHT, GAS, TURNPIKE COMPANIES. 

L. S. Ford V. Southern Public Utilities Company. Complaint of discon- 
tinuance of service to photograph gallery of complainant. Dismissed. 

A. S. Whitfield v. Tide Water Company. Complaint of toll on baggage. 
Dismissed. 

Citizens of Brunswick County v. Brunswick Bridge and Ferry Company. 
Petition with reference to accommodations for the public at ferry dock, there 



48 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

being no waiting room, no provision for taking care of automobiles, and the 
road leading to ferry dock being too narrow. Matter complained of is 
called to attention of defendant company, and the Commissdon is advised 
that the matter is to be adjusted between complainants and defendant. 

R. M. Fain v. Murphy Light and Power Company. Complaint of amount 
of power furnished by company for amount paid per month. Dismissed. 

Aihoskie Light and Power Company to the Commission. Petition asking 
for higher rates by the town of Ahoskie for the service rendered. Adjusted. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway Company v. Durham Traction Company. In 
the matter of extension of electric light wires of defendant company over 
the right of way of petitioner. Complaint served, and later Commission is 
advised of an agreement between companies. 

G. C. Buquo Lime Company v. Hot Springs Manufacturing Company. Ad- 
justment of rates. Adjusted. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway v. Charlotte Rapid Transit Company and 
Charlotte Electric Railway Company. Petition for interlocking system or 
automatic signal at crossing. Dismissed. 

P. M. Simmons v. New Bern Gas Company. Complaint as to rates for gas 
meter. Dismissed. 

Whitney & Whitney, Bessemer City, v. Southern Public Utilities Company. 
Complaint as to charge for service. Dismissed. 

J. T. Parish v. Southern Public Utilities Company. Complaint of dis- 
continuance of street car stop at West End. Adjusted. 

Charles W. Home v. Carolina Power and Light Company. Complaint of 
service rendered on Sunday at Clayton, current being cut off frequently on 
that day. Dismissed. 

Asheville Power and Light Company to the Commission. Application to 
discontinue practice of selling six tickets for street car fares for twenty-five 
cents. This being a voluntary concession on part of company to sell six 
tickets for twenty-five cents, and not order by the Commission, the Com- 
mission advises company it has no objection to discontinuance of the 
practice. 

Electric Light Company of Elizabeth City to the Commission. Application 
for authority to increase base rate for electric current from 10 cents per 
K. W. H. to 12 cents per K. W. H., same having been approved by the Board 
of Aldermen of Elizabeth City. Granted. 

Piedmont Power and Light Company to the Commission. Application for 
increase in rates for small power in Burlington. Application withdrawn. 
Dismissed. 

EXPRESS COMPANY. 

Broadway v. Southern Express Company. Petition asking for establish- 
ment of office. Office established. 

Southern Express Company to the Commission. Application for authority 
to discontinue agency at Newell. Authority granted. 

Southern Express Company to the Commission. This case was formerly 
application on part of Southern Express Company for authority to close 
agency at Willitts, which authority was granted. Now, petition is filed by 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS 49 

citizens of Willitts asking that the office at that place be opened. The com- 
pany is advised by Commission that, in view of increased development of 
business at that point, it is requested that investigation and arrangements 
be made for the opening of the office. Commission is advised that office 
is opened. 

Citizens of Bethania v. Southern Express Company. Petition asking that 
office be opened and maintained at that place. It appearing that business 
is not sufficient to justify an office at Bethania. Case is dismissed. 

Tarboro v. Southern Express Company. Petition asking for extension of 
delivery limits by Southern Express Company at Tarboro. Dismissed. 

Citizens of Cherryfield v. Southern Express Company. Application for 
establishment of office at Cherryfield. Office established. 

Smithfield v. Southern Express Company. Application for maintenance of 
up-town office at Smithfield, office at present now being at depot. Case 
dismissed. 

W. W. Simms Company v. Southern Express Company. Complaint as to 
failure of defendant company to deliver express to complainant, said place 
of business being one block further than present delivery limits. Defendant 
company is advised that it should deliver express to complainant. 

Shelby Board of Trade v. Southern Express Company. Complaint of 
service rendered. Matter is called to attention of company. Adjusted. 

North Carolina Sanatorium v. Southern Express Company. Establishment 
of office at Sanatorium. Office established. 

State Board of Health v. Southern Express Company. Complaint of unjust 
charge on shipment not delivered. Adjusted. 

Southern Express Company to the Commission. Application for discon- 
tinuance of agency at Shoals. Granted. 

Citizens of Cedar Falls v. Southern Express Company, Establishment of 
office. Defendant company advises that office was once at Cedar Palls and 
business was not sufficient to justify same. Dismissed. 

North Wilkesboro Merchants Association v. Southern Express Company. 
Complaint of service to and from North Wilkesboro, due to change in sche- 
dule of Southern Railway trains. Defendant company advises that service 
by express company has in no way been curtailed, it covering same trains 
as usual. Defendant company also asks, in view of conditions existing inci- 
dent to the national situation and the need of economy on part of every one, 
that same service be allowed to remain in effect. Dismissed. 

Town of Kings Mountain v. Southern Express Company. Complaint to 
Commission that since curtailment of train service to Kings Mountain ex- 
press service is quite limited. Suggestion is made to defendant company to 
institute service on trains 45 and 46, to offset disadvantages suffered. De- 
fendant company advises this suggestion will be carried out. but later ad- 
vised the Commission that on account of not being able to get cars on 
account of surplus of railway equipment being utilized in government service, 
it is unable to have this service on trains 45 and 46. Kings Mountain then 
suggests trains 30 and 37, and the Commission advises it could not require 
this additional service on these trains as they were through interstate 
trains, and not subject to control of the Commission. Dismissed. 

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50 ISr. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

Keystone Paper Box Company v. Southern Express Company. Complaint 
of service at Burlington. Dismissed. 

American Railway Express Company to the Commission. Application to 
close office at Cherryfield. Granted. 

American Railway Express Company to the Commission. Application to 
close office at Mortimer, the railroad company having closed its office at this 
point. Granted. 

Elizabeth City Chamber of Commerce v. American Railway Express Com- 
pany, Delivery by wagon to hospital located near Elizabeth City. Defend- 
ant company advises that it will undertake to make deliveries to hospital. 

Alex Lee v. Western Union Telegraph Company. Complaint of service. 
Adjusted. 

Geo. J. Hales Company v. Western Union Telegraph Company. Complaint 
of delay in service. Complaint investigated. Adjusted. 

Zeb V. Turlington v. Western Union Telegraph Company. Complaint of 
service with reference to office hours at Statesville. Dismissed. 

Towns of Cary, Louisburg, Newland and Franklin v. Western Union Tele- 
graph Company. Complaint of discontinuance of service at these points. 
Service reinstated. 

Citizens of Newland v. Western Union Telegraph Company. Petition for 
extension of line from Cranberry, N. C, to Newland and establishment of 
office. Cranberry being on line of railroad with which defendant company 
has no contract, and business to and from Newland being handled over 
telephone, receipts at Newland being simall, and not sufficient to justify 
extension of wires and establishment of independent office. Case is dis- 
missed. 

TELEPHONE COMPANIES. 

K. M. Pearce v. Chowan Telephone Company. Complaint of refusal of 
defendant company to install phone. Dismissed. 

J. K. Wolfe V. Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company. Com- 
plaint of service rendered. Adjusted. 

J. L. McConnell v. Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company. Com- 
plaint of refusal of defendant company to install telephone. Defendant com- 
pany advises that arrangements are being made to furnish complainant 
service desired. 

J. A. Clarke & Bro. v. Home Telephone and Telegraph Company. Com- 
plaint of discrimination in charges for service. Adjusted. 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company to the Commission. 
Application for approval of schedule of rates for Goldsboro, N. C. The fol- 
lowing rates are approved: 

(a) After completion of described improvements and until twenty-five 
hundred (2500) stations are connected with said Goldsboro exchange, the 
rates charged by said telephone company, for local exchange service, shall 
not exceed the rates charged by it for the same class of service in any other 
city or town in the State of North Carolina of similar size and operating 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS 51 

under similar conditions, and in no event shall the rates charged for the 
following classes of service exceed: 

Unlimited special line business stations, per month... $4.00 

Unlimited duplex line business stations, per month 3.50 

Unlimited special line residence stations, per month 2.50 

Unlimited duplex line residence stations, per month 2.00 

(b) After twenty-five hundred (2500) stations are connected with said 
Goldsboro exchange, the rates charged by said Telephone Company, for local 
exchange service, shall not exceed rates charged by it for the same class 
of service in any other city or town in the State of North Carolina, of 
similar size, and operating under similar conditions. 

From this date, and until the completion of the described improvements, 
the telephone company shall not charge rates in excess of the present sche- 
dule of rates now in effect in said city. Case closed. 

Aurora Telephone Company v. Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Com- 
pany. Complaint of refusal of defendant company to give connection for 
messages from Pamlico Company. Complaint withdrawn. Case closed. 

W. L. Daniels, Blount's Creek, v. Aurora Telephone Company. Complaint 
of discrimination in service. Dismissed. 

Erlanger Cotton Mills v. Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company. 
Refusal of defendant company to install telephone at mill. Adjusted. Case 
closed. 

Consolidated Telephone Company to the Commission. Application for in- 
crease in rates for Clinton exchange. The following rates are authorized: 

Residence phones $ 2.00 per month. 

Business phones 2.50 per month. 

Asheboro Telephone Company to the Commission. Application for increase 
in rates for Asheboro. The following rates are authorized: 

Business, per month for private line $ 2.50 ^ 

Residence, per month for private line 1.50 f ^ , 

Business, per month for party line 2.00 f ^^Jr^S^®'"^^- 

Residence, per month for party line 1.25 j 

G. C. Buquo Lime Company v. Spring Creek Telephone Company. Com- 
plaint of service furnished at Hot Springs. Adjusted. 

J. C. Cohoon V. Tyrrell County Telephone Company and Western Union 
Telegraph Company. Complaint of telephone service at Columbia. Adjusted. 

Creswell Chamber of Commerce v. Tyrrell County Telephone Company. 
Petition requesting efficient telephone service. Upon investigation, it ap- 
pearing that they request defendant company to install switchboard and open 
central office, and defendant company asking that they furnish sight for 
office and guarantee same self-sustaining, Creswell being small town, and 
this matter being put before the complainant and no answer being received, 
case is dismissed. 

Commissioners of Pasquotank County v. Norfolk and Carolina Telephone 
Company. Complaint of charge to county of 25 cents additional rent for 
telephones when bill is not paid before the 5th of month. Adjusted. 



52 I^. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Company to the Oommissiion. Petition 
for increase in rates at Mount Holly. The following rates are approved: 

After completion of improvements and until 500 stations are connected 
with said Mount Holly exchange, the rates for the following classes of service 
shall not exceed: 

Unlimited special line business stations $ 2.50 per month. 

Unlimited two-party line business stations 2.25 per month. 

Unlimited special line residence stations 1.50 per month. 

Unlimited two-party line residence stations. . . 1.25 per month. 

After 500 stations are connected with said exchange and until 800 stations 
are connected therewith, the rates for the following classes of service shall 
Viot exceed: 

Unlimited special line business stations $ 3.00 per month. 

Unlimited two-party line business stations. . . . 2.75 per month. 

Unlimited special line residence stations 2.00 per month. 

Unlimited two-party line residence stations.. 1.50 per month. 

After 800 stations are connected with said exchange, the rates charged by 
said company for Mount Holly exchange telephone service shall not exceed 
the rates charged by it for the same class of service in other cities and towns 
in the State of North Carolina of similar size and operating under sub- 
stantially similar conditions. 

W. O. Dixon V. Eiast Carolina Electric & Realty Company. Complaint 
of charge for toll message. Dismissed. 

Walkertown Telephone Company v. Norfolk and Western Railway Company. 
Complaint of refusal of defendant company to allow installation of telephone 
in the station of defendant company at Walkertown. It appearing that there 
was misunderstanding, and same being adjusted, case is closed. 

W. C. Thurston v. Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company. Com- 
plaint of service at Burlington. Adjusted. 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Company to the Commission. Telephone 
rates for Benson and Lillington. Adjusted. 

K. M. Pearce v. Chowan Telephone Company. Installation of phone. Ad- 
justed. 

Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Company to the Commission. Petition 
for increase in rates for rural service in Gaston, Lincoln, Catawba, and 
Cleveland counties. The following increase in rate is authorized: 

Twenty cents per month on single wire rural lines; 15 cents per month on 
double wire rural lines; and 10 cents per month on the rental lines, making 
rates of 60 cents, $1.20 and $1.65. 

Asheville Merchants Association v. Asheville Telephone and Telegraph 
Company. Complaint of service. Adjusted. 

Norfolk and Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Company to the Commis- 
sion. Petition for increase in rates, to be discounted if bills are paid on or 
before the 5th day of each month, so as to make no increase . in rates for 
those paying bills promptly. Granted. 

Cape Fear Telephone Company v. Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph 
Company. Petition asking for long distance telephone connections with de- 
fendant company. Adjusted. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS 53 

D. S. Reid v. Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company. Complaint 
of service. Adjusted. 

Riverside Telephone Company to the Commission. Petition for increase in 
rate on rural party lines. The following rates are authorized: 

Where there are two or more subscribers on a line (line owned by in- 
dividuals) ... 50 cents per month. Subscribers on line owned by com- 
pany, 75 cents per month. 

Mrs. T. P. Jones v. Home Telephone and Telegraph Company. Complaint 
of overcharge in service. Adjusted. 

Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Company to the Commission. Appli- 
cation for increase in rates for Cherryville. The following rates are ap- 
proved: 

After the completion of improvements and until 500 stations are connected 
with said Cherryville exchange, the rates for the following classes of service 
shall not exceed: 

Unlimited special line business stations $2.50 per month. 

Unlimited two-party line business stations.... 2.25 per month. 

Unlimited special line residence stations 1.50 per month. 

Unlimited two-party line residence stations .... 1.25 per month. 

After 500 stations are connected with said exchange and until 800 stations 
are connected therewith, the rates for the following classes of service shall 
not exceed: 

Unlimited special line business stations $ 3.00 per month. 

Unlimited two-party line business stations. . . , 2.75 per month. 

Unlimited special line residence stations 2.00 per month. 

Unlimited two-party line residence stations... 1.50 per month. 

After 800 stations are connected. with said exchange, the rates charged by 
said company for Cherryville local exchange telephone service shall not ex- 
ceed the rates charged by it for the same class of service in other cities and 
towns in the State of North Carolina of similar size and operating under 
substantially similar conditions. 

Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Company to the Commission. Appli- 
cation for increase in rates for town of Kings Mountain when improvements 
have been made. The following rates are approved: 

After the completion of said improvements until 500 stations are connected 
with said Kings Mountain exchange, the rates for the following classes of 
service shall not exceed: 

Unlimited special line business stations $2.50 per month. 

Unlimited two-party line business stations.... 2.25 per month. 

Unlimited special line residence stations 1.50 per month. 

Unlimited two-party line residence stations.... 1.25 per month. 

After 500 stations are connected with said exchange and until 800 stations 
are connected therewith, the rates for the following classes of service shall 
not exceed: 

Unlimited special line business stations $ 3.00 per month. 

Unlimited two-party line business stations.... 2.75 per month. 

Unlimited special line residence stations 2.00 per month. 

Unlimited two-party line residence stations... 1.50 per month. 



54 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

After 800 stations are connected with said exchange, the rates charged by 
said company for Kings Mountain local exchange telephone service, shall not 
exceed the rates charged it for the same class of service in the other cities 
and towns in the State of North Carolina of similar size and operating under 
substantially similar conditions. 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Companies and other telephone 
companies to the Commission. Schedule of charges for installation of tele- 
phones is filed with the Commission for approval — installation charges as 
follows : 

Where the rate is $2.00 a month or less $ 5.00 

Where the rate is more than $2.00 but not exceeding $4.00 

a month 10.00 

Where the rate is more than $4.00 a month 15.00 

The Commission understanding that Postmaster-General of United States 
had assumed complete authority in the matter of regulation of rates and 
charges with respect to telephone service, the various telephone companies 
are advised of its understanding, and that it was not the purpose of Com- 
mission to raise any issue with respect to such authority, therefore, it saw no 
reason for any action to be taken by it other than enter same in its files. 

Robert E. Ranson v. Home Telephone and Telegraph Company. Complaint 
as to charge for removal of telephone. Adjusted. 

MATTERS HANDLED AND DISPOSED OF BY THE RATE DEPARTMENT 

OF THE NORTH CAROLINA CORPORATION COMMISSION 

FOR THE YEARS 1917 AND 1918. 

Asheville and East Tennessee Railroad Company, application to increase 
passenger fare between Asheville and Weaverville, N. C, from twenty cents 
to twenty-five cents. Advised 'passenger fares of the State are fixed by 
statute, and Commission has no authority. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company to the Commission, requesting cer- 
tificate of the Commission of Rule 17 in the Passenger Tariff. Certificate 
furnished. 

Bank of Aurora v. Southern Express Company, Complaining of refusal 
of agent of express company to accept for shipment currency the evening- 
before it is to be sent away the following morning on 8 o'clock train. Ad- 
justed. 

J. S. Ambrose v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim, amount 
$22.01 for loss of calf shipped from Creswell, N. C, to Norfolk, Virginia. 
Claim paid. 

Aberdeen and Rockfish Railroad to the Commission. Application for per- 
mission to change schedule of trains for the accommodation of laborers at 
Camp Bragg. Granted. 

E. C. Bobbitt to the Commission. Complaining of freight charges on a car 
of brick moving from Weldon to Littleton, N. C. Adjusted. 

W. F. Bogart to the Commission. Complaining of passenger fare from 
New Bern, N. C, to Clifton Forge, Virginia. Adjusted. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS 55 

Brown-Rogers Company v. Norfolk & Western Railway. Claim for over- 
charge on shipment of high explosives from Winston-Salem to Chisman, N. C. 

Bynum & Snipes v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim, amount $17.35, for 
box of freight short at Osgood, N. C. Adjusted. 

Mrs. P. E. Clifton v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Claim for loss of stove 
shipped to Creswell, N. C. Stove located, and claim withdrawn. 

Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway to the Commission. Relative to 
rates, rules, and regulations for the movement of privately owned or con- 
trolled passenger cars, asking for authority to put in force collection of $50 
for each movement of privately owned or controlled passenger cars. Appli- 
cation granted. 

The Charlotte Supply Company to the Commission. Relative to proposed 
increases in intrastate rates as published by the Southern Railway in their 
ICC-A 7795, effective May 20, 1917. Adjusted. 

Charlotte Shippers and Manufacturers' Association to the Commission. 
Relative to minimum rates on intrastate traffic in North Carolina. Matter 
handled. File closed. 

Carolina Washboard Company v. Southern Railway. Claim, amount $1.17, 
overcharge on shipment of washboards from Raleigh, N. C, to Hinton, West 
Virginia. Claim paid. 

The Carolina Metal Products Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. 
Claim for lost shipment from Wilmington, N. C, to Mansfield, La. Adjusted. 

C. D. Coffey to the Commission. Relative to advance in freight rates by 
the short lines of the State. Adjusted. 

Bernard L. Crocker v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for 
damage account of delay to shoes in transit. Adjusted. 

Coca-Cola Bottling Company, Asheville, to the Commission. Relative to 
classification on returned coca-cola crates. Matter handled, proper classifi- 
cation secured. File closed. 

Mrs. Carrie Childs v. Southern Railway. Claim, amount $58.50, for articles 
short. Claim paid. 

Carolina Broom Company v. Durham & Southern Railway. Overcharge 
claim, amount $123.86, on broom-corn from Wichita, Kansas, to Varina, N. C. 
Claim paid. 

Model Laundry to the Commission. Relative to rates on uniforms, etc. 
Adjusted. 

Mrs. P. E. Clifton v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Claim, amount $7.59, 
loss of candy. Claim paid. 

Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway to the Commission. Application 
to cancel Joint and Interline Passenger Tariff No. A-33, ICC No. 802. Granted. 

W. E. Campbell v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Overcharge claim on marl 
from Bowman, N. C, to Belhaven, N. C. Claim paid. 

Carolina & Northwestern Railway to the Commission. Application to 
cancel various tariffs. Granted. 

Cape Fear Gravel Company to the Commission. Complaint as to rate on 
steam shovel from Winston-Salem to Norfolk, Va., account of delay in rail- 
road furnishing flat-car and having to pay a higher rate. Adjusted. 



56 ' N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

B. G. Crisp, Mayor, Manteo, N. C, v. Eastern Carolina Transportation Com- 
pany. Protesting against proposed increase in passenger fare. Adjusted. 

Carolina and Northwestern Railway Company to the Commission. Applica- 
tion to increase its log and lumber rates. Granted. 

Hutton & Bourbonnais v. Carolina & Northwestern Railway Company. Pro- 
testing and submitting overcharge claims on lumber shipments. Dismissed. 

W. S. Davenport v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Overcharge claim, amount 
$18, on shipment of corn from Wenona, N. C, to Mackeys, N. C. Claim paid. 

E. G. Davis & Sons Co. v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim for loss of 
rug. Adjusted. 

M. H. Dixon, Jr., v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Submitting various loss 
and damage claims of the Roanoke Jobbing Company. Adjusted. 

Everett Hardware Company to the Commission. Relative to establishment 
of rates on acid phosphate from Charleston, S. C, to Rockingham and Os- 
borne, N. C. Satisfactory rates established. 

Edenton Hosiery Mills to the Commission. Complaining as to embargoes. 
Adjusted. 

Parmville Oil and Fertilizer Company to the Commission. Relative to 
requirements of tariffs in placing cars for low-grade commodities. Adjusted. 

A. F. Fleming v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Claim for $28.04, loss of ship- 
ment of tobacco at Grimesland, N. C. Claim paid. 

D. L. M. Fields v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Submitting various loss and 
damage claims. Adjusted. 

Fidelity Manufacturing Company v. Southern Railway. Submitting claim 
for confiscation car of coal en route to Charlotte, N. C. Amount, $172.25. 
Claim paid. 

Goldsboro Milling and Grain Storage Company to the Commission. Appli- 
cation for establishment of milling in transit rates on grain. Granted. 

C. J. Goodman & Sons v. Southern Express Company. Claim for loss of 
milk cans. Amount, $11.50. Claim paid. 

Guilford Lumber Manufacturing Company v. Southern Railway. Claim, 
amount $110, delay to shipment of lumber. Dismissed. 

N. B. Grantham v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Overcharge claim, amount 
$12.75, on car of marl from Smithfield, N. C, to Peeden Siding, N. C. Over- 
charge refunded. 

Jonathan Havens to the Commission. Relative to requirement of transpor- 
tation companies to furnish original bill of lading, invoice, and paid freight 
bill to cover claims. Adjusted. 

T. L. Hayes v. Southern Railway Company. Claim, amount $50, damage 
to columns shipped to Boonville, N. C, for school building. Claim paid. 

The Harris Granite Quarries Company to the Commission. Relative to 
increase in rates on paving and curbing stone. Adjusted. 

Henderson-Snyder Company to the Corhmission. Complaint as to demur- 
rage charges assessed at Monroe, N. C. Demurrage refunded. 

John R. Harder v. Southern Express Company. Claim for loss of C.O.D. 
package consigned to Norfolk, Virginia. Claim paid. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS 57 

R. H. Lane to the Commission. Complaining of delay to shipment of gas 
engine from Kansas City, Mo., to Aulander, N. C. Adjusted. 

Emmett Littleton, Manager, Dixie Poster Advertising Company, to the 
Commission. Complaining of refusal of transportation companies to check 
advertising matter as baggage. Adjusted. 

T. W. Mewborn & Co. to the Commission. Relative to movement of nitrate 
of soda from Wilmington to Kinston. Adjusted. 

W. J. Martin v. Southern Railway Company. Claim, amount 75 cents, loss 
of cow feed. Claim paid. 

P. D. Hardy v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Claim, amount $13.50, loss of 
potatoes. Claim paid. 

A. L. Holmes v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Claim for shipment of hats, 
lost. Amount, $12.50. Paid. 

P. H. Johnson v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Complaint as to incorrect 
passenger fare between Washington and Pantego, N. C. Adjusted. 

Alex. Lee v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaint as to pas- 
senger fare between Washington and Belhaven. Adjusted. 

H. A. London, Jr., to the Commission. Relative to passenger fares between 
Canton and Asheville and Morganton and Charlotte. Adjusted. 

Latham-Bradshaw Company to the Commission. Relative to concentration 
and reshipment of cotton at Greensboro. Adjusted. 

L. A. Mclnnis v. Aberdeen & Rockfish Railroad. Claim, amount $8.86, loss, 
shipment of sugar. Claim paid. 

W. B. Mann v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Submitting various claims for 
loss and damage. Claims paid. 

L. M. Newbern v. Southern Express Company. Claim, amount $6.70, damage 
to peas in transit. Adjusted. 

W. E. Overton v. Southern Express Company. Claim, amount $15, loss of 
fish consigned to Baltimore, Md., from Creswell, N. C. Claim paid. 

W. E. Overton v. Southern Express Company. Claim, amount $27.20, non- 
delivery of fish. Adjusted. 

The Orinoco Supply Company v. Southern Railway Company. Relative to 
switching cars from team track at Winston-Salem. Adjusted. 

Enterprise Lumber Company to the Commission. Requesting that switch- 
ing charges be established on traffic between their plant at Mount Olive and 
Enterprise Siding. Adjusted. 

Gaston D. Perry v. Southern Express Company. Claim, amount $5.21, for 
loss of fruit, etc., from Atlanta, Georgia, to Council, N. C. Claim paid. 

Piedmont Hardwood Company v. Southern Railway Company. Overcharge 
claim on car of rough logs moving from Gulf, N. C, to Siler City, N. C. 
Adjusted. 

M. H. Phelps V. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim, amount 
$172.60, loss of bale of cotton shipped from Creswell, N. C, to Norfolk, Vir- 
ginia. Claim paid. 

H. P. Ray v. Southern Express Company. Claim, amount $10.50, loss of 
eggs. Adjusted. 



58 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

Newton Robinson v, Virginia & Carolina Southern Railroad Company. 
Overcharge claim, amount $14.70, on car of marl from Bowman, N. C, to 
Elizabethtown, N. C. Paid. 

Ryburn & Hoey v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of refusal of 
Southern Railway to switch cars at Shelby. Adjusted. 

Riverside Sand Company to the Commission. Relative to rate on sand 
from Mount Holly and Beatties Siding to Charlotte and Gastonia. Adjusted. 

J. C. Reagan v. Ocona Lufty Railroad Company. Claim, amount $36, loss 
shipment of snuff. Liability of carrier not established. Dismissed. 

Rogers & Cleavers, Receivers, v. Tennessee and North Carolina Railroad. 
Claim for overcharge on relaying rail from Sunburst, N. C, to Crestmont, 
N. C. Adjusted. 

Rhodes & Underwood to the Commission. Relative to rate on crushed 
stone from Cayce, S. C, to New Bern, N. C. Adjusted. 

A. D. Royster & Bro. v. Southern Railway. Claim, amount $21.78, loss of 
shipment of candy. Paid. 

John W. Robinson v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Claim for loss of apples. 
Claim paid. 

Swift & Co. Fertilizer Works to the Commission. Relative to rates on ferti- 
lizer between points on Norfolk Southern Railroad. Adjusted. 

Staley Drug Company v. Southern Express Company. Claim, amount 
$36.34, account of nondelivery of Christmas goods. Claim paid. 

Southern Furniture Manufacturers' Association to the Commission, Rela- 
tive to revised rates on brick between points within the State. Adjusted. 

Smoky Mountain Railway to the Commission. Relative to revision in their 
tariff in line with General Order No. 28. Adjusted. 

F. D. Southern v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim for damage to house- 
hold goods. Claim settled. 

Paul T. Sparrow v. Southern Express Company. Claim, amount $22, loss 
of tires. Claim paid. 

Southern Power Company v. North Carolina Demurrage Bureau. Com- 
plaint as to demurrage charges on cars Nos. 3, 4, and 5. Adjusted. 

J. A. Stillman v. Southern Express Company. Claim, $9.20, account of loss 
of eggs. Claim paid. 

C. C. Sparrow v. Southern Express Company. Claim, loss three crates of 
eggs at Aurora, N. C, $45. Paid. 

Slayden, Fakes & Co. v. Southern Railway Company. Submitting various 
claims for loss and damage. Adjusted. 

Southern Furniture Manufacturers' Association. Relative to proper method 
in packing kitchen safes. Adjusted. 

L. S. Spruill V. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for killing 
hog and yearling. Claim paid. 

John Slaughter & Co. v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Application for 
installation of side track near Pikeville, N. C. Granted. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway to the Commission. In regard to proper charge 
to apply on shipment of coal and ice in less than carload lots, unpacked, from 
Monroe to Waxhaw, N. C. Adjusted. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS 59 

R. H. Sutton V. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Claim for loss of potatoes. 
Claim paid. 

Mrs. Gordon Smith v. American Railway Express Company. Claim, amount 
$10, loss of mattress shipped from Raleigh, N. C, to Greenville, S. C. Claim 
paid. 

Southern Railway to the Commission. Claim of Southern Railway v. 
Cooper Monument Company, amount $3.52, account of undercharge on ship- 
ment of one monument and base from Raleigh to Winston-Salem, N. C. 
Adjusted. 

S. W. Sykes v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim, amount $45.36, 
loss of potatoes. Adjusted. 

State Tax Commission v. Southern Express Company. Claim, amount 
$40.88, account of nondelivery of shipment to Register of Deeds, Lenoir, N. C. 
Claim withdrawn. 

J. A. Sexton Lumber Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Claim for 
overcharge in weight on car of lumber shipped to Twin City Lumber Com- 
pany, New York. Dismissed. 

J. A. Stillman v. Southern Express Company. Claim, amount $24, loss of 
eggs. Claim paid. 

O. S. Thompson v. Southern Express Company. Claim, amount $3, non- 
delivery of whiskey from Baltimore. Claim paid. 

R. M. Tyson v. Virginia & Carolina Southern Railroad Company. Com- 
plaint as to car supply at Tobermory, N. C, Adjusted. 

S. H. Taylor v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Claim, amount $6.25, over- 
charge on car of marl from Bowman, N. C, consigned to Canady Siding. Claim 
paid. 

The Vick Chemical Company to the Commission. Relative to carload rating 
on medicine from Greensboro to southeastern and western cities. Adjusted. 

J. N. Vann v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Complaining of delay to ship- 
ment of gasoline from Norfolk to Aulander. Adjusted. 

Wellington & Powellsville Railroad Company to the Commission. Applica- 
tion for increase in passenger fares. Dismissed. 

M. L. Woodhouse & Son v. Southern Railway Company. Claim, amount 
$58.31, for loss of carpet. Claim paid. 

W. H. Weatherly & Co. v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Complaint as to 
embargo placed on Chowan River. Adjusted. 

N. L. Walker to the Commission. Overcharge claim on shipment of glass 
globes moving from Port Jervis, New York, to Raleigh, N. C. Claim paid. 

The Wood Grocery Company to the Commission. Relative to less carload 
rate on ice. Adjusted. 

A. White V. Norfolk Southern Railroad. In regard to various outstanding 
claims. Adjusted. 

J. T. Wilkinson & Co. v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Claim for delay to 
shipment of two boxes of notions from Baltimore, Md., to Washington, N. C. 
Claim withdrawn. 

L. A. Yoder v. Carolina & Northwestern Railway. Overcharge claim, 
amount $7.20, on car of ground limestone from Bridgeport, Tenn., to Lin- 
colnton, N. C. Claim paid. 



60 N. C. COKPOKATION COMMISSION 

Albemarle Steam Navigation Company to the Commission. Application for 
increase in rates. Application granted. 

J. P. Alexander v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Claim for loss of tub of 
butter. Claim paid. 

Jethro Almond to the Commission. In regard to theatrical movement in 
private cars between points in North Carolina. Adjusted. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company to the Commission. Application for 
permission to withdraw rates covered by A. C. L. I.C.C.-A-1908. Granted. 

Aberdeen & Rockfish Railroad to the Commission. Application discontinue 
switching service to the LaFayette Manufacturing Company siding. Appli- 
cation denied. 

Aberdeen & Rockfish Railroad to the Commission. Application to discon- 
tinue handling passengers on train No. 21 at Montrose. Approved. 

Asheville Seed Company to the Commission. Relative to rate on charcoal 
from Baltimore, Md., to Asheville, N. C. Complaining of high rate. Dis- 
missed. 

Allen-Bennett Company to the Commission. Relative to switching to ware- 
house located on Seaboard Air Line tracks at Wadesboro cars arriving over 
other lines. Adjusted. 

Atlas Auditing Company to the Commission. Relating to shipment of lum- 
ber from Mocksville, N. C, to Manhattan, New York, being routed all rail. 
Adjusted. 

American Hardware and Equipment Company v. Southern Railway. Sub- 
mitting claims. Adjusted. 

T. W. Adickes v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Claim for refund portion V)f 
unused ticket. Declined. 

Aberdeen & Rockfish Railroad to the Commission. Application to discon- 
tinue several stations along their line for less carload shipments. Granted. 

Dr. H. Q. Alexander v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim, amount $9, for 
loss of ivory soap and granulated sugar. Claim paid. 

B. R. Butler v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Complaint as to 
rates on truck shipments from Roseboro to eastern points when compared 
with rates on the same commodities from Autryville and Clinton. Adjusted. 

Battleboro Oil Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Claim 
for overcharge on shipment of cotton seed from Homeville, Va., to Battleboro, 
N. C. Refund made. 

Beaufort Fish Company v. Southern Express Company. Claim for non- 
delivery shipment of fish to New York. Dismissed. 

J. D. Bulluck V. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaint as to 
delay in settlement of claims. Adjusted. 

T. H. Bain v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for loss of 
chickens. Claim paid. 

H. W. Bateman v. Southern Express Company. Claim for loss of cabbage 
plants. Claim paid. 

B. Brown v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim for loss of barrel lubri- 
cating oil. Liability not established. Dismissed. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS . 61 

Misses Badger & Denton v. Southern Express Company. Claim, amount 
$10, C.O.D. order, hat shipped to Charlotte, N. C. Claim paid. 

J. H. Byrum v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Complaint to settle 
claims promptly. Claims paid. 

W. T. Bryant v. Southern Express Company. Claim, amount $9, loss of 
beans. Claim paid. 

Bruce Craven, Attorney, v. Southern Railway Company. Submitting claim 
of M. V. Andrews for loss of car of lumber shipped from Pleasant Garden to 
Greensboro, N. C. Adjusted. 

Carolina Wood Products Company v. Southern Railway. Claim for refund 
of demurrage charges, amount $370, accruing at Andrews, N. G. Liability 
not established. Dismissed. 

Bernard L. Crocker v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim, amount 
$219.70, damage by delay to shipment of shoes. Adjusted. 

Cape Fear Gravel Company to the Commission. Relative to car supply at 
Lillington, N. C. Adjusted. 

Carolina Washboard Company to the Commission. Request for establish- 
ment of rates on washboards from Raleigh to eastern and western points via 
Norfolk Southern Railroad. Rates established. 

Cherokee County Lumber Company to the Commission. Complaint as to 
ability to secure empty cars. Adjusted. 

Charlotte Shippers and Manufacturers' Association to the Commission. 
Complaint of the Kendrick Brick and Tile Company, of Mount Holly, N. C, 
in the matter of connection track, claims, etc., between the Piedmont and 
Northern lines and Seaboard Air Line Railway. Adjusted. 

Chowan Cotton Oil and Fertilizer Company to the Commission. Relative 
to rate on cotton seed from stations on Roanoke River operated by Daniels 
Roanoke River Line to Edenton. Adjusted. 

Charlotte Shippers and Manufacturers' Association to the Commission. Sub- 
mitting claim in favor of H. M. Wade Manufacturing Company. Adjusted. 

Charlotte Shippers and Manufacturers' Association to the Commission. Sub- 
mitting claim in favor of the Charlotte Hardware Company, overcharge in 
storage at Albemarle, N. C, amount $16.34. Refund made. 

The Cotton Manufacturers' Association of North Carolina to the Commis- 
sion. Relative to classification of soda ash between points in North Carolina. 
Adjusted. 

Corbitt Motor Truck Company to the Commission. Complaining of delay 
to shipment of car of springs from Toledo, Ohio, to Durham, N. C. Adjusted. 

Clark Brothers v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaining of 
failure of Norfolk Southern to settle claims. Claims paid. 

Chatham Manufacturing Company v. Southern Railway and Watauga & 
Yadkin River Railroad. Complaint as to rate charged on brick from Gordon 
to North Wilkesboro. Adjusted. 

Carolina Wood Products Company v. Southern Railway. Relative to over- 
charge on shipments of extract wood from Louisville and Nashville stations 
to Andrews, N. C. Dismissed. 

Carolina Wood Products Company v. Southern Railway. Claim for $35 
demurrage accruing on wood at Whiting, N. C. Adjusted. 



62 ]Sr. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway to the Commission. Application to 
be allowed to discontinue certain passenger trains. Granted. 

Carolina Garage v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Claim, amount $35, for loss 
of tank gas. Settled. 

Colonial Cereal Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad and Southern 
Railway. Complaint as to these companies charging local rates on traffic from 
Norfolk to Carolina points. Adjusted. 

Craven Chemical Company to the Commission. Request for establishment 
of rates on humus from New Bern. Granted. 

Carolina and Northwestern Railway to the Commission. Application to 
withdraw Rate Issue No. 17, publishing rate on chair stock from Hudson, 
N. C, to Lenoir, N. C, to be reshipped account no movement. Granted. 

Charlotte Shippers and Manufacturers' Association to the Commission. 
Submitting claim, amount $14.30, in favor of Charlotte Hardware Company, 
account of storage collected in error at Albemarle, N. C. Refund made. 

Dover & Southbound Railroad to the Commission. Application for estab- 
lishment of minimum charge on single shipments. Granted. 

Roger A. Dewar to the Commission. Complaint as to car supply at Andrews, 
N. C. Adjusted. 

C. N. Davenport v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Claim for loss of candy, 
amount $4.30. Paid. 

E. G. Davis & Sons Co. v. Southern Express Company. Complaint of failure 
of Southern Express Company to settle claims. Claims paid. 

Danville & Western Railway Company to the Commission. Application for 
permission to increase freight rates fifteen per cent. Matter held in suspen- 
sion account of petition being filed with the Interstate Commerce Commission 
awaiting their approval. 

Dewar & Wilder v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Claim for loss two tubs 
lard from Raleigh to Kipling, N. C. Dismissed. 

Edwards & Broughton v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Claim for overcharge 
on shipment of printing paper from Cincinnati to Raleigh, amount $14.02. 
Refund made. 

Elizabeth City Hosiery Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. 
Complaint of delay in settling claims. Adjusted. 

Eno Cotton Mills v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint as to confis- 
cation of coal in route. Adjusted. 

Eno Cotton Mills v. Southern Railway Company. Claim for refund of de- 
murrage, $14, collected on two cars scrap iron at Greensboro, N. C. Refund 
made. 

Farmers Hardware Company to the Commission. In regard to rates on 
freight from Louisville, Ky., to Forest City, N. C, as compared with the rates 
to Henrietta, N. C. Adjusted. 

H. C. Fleming v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaining of delay in 
moving car of cotton seed shipped from Norlina to Henderson, N. C. Adjusted. 

Percy B. Ferebee Engineering Company to the Commission. Request for 
establishment of rate on iron ore on Southern Railway from Andrews, N. C, 
to Roanoke, Virginia. Rates established. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS 63 

D. L. M. Fields to the Commission. Complaint of delay to shipment of 
shoes. Adjusted. 

J. H. Folger to the Commission. Relative to embargo on shipments of 
manganese via Walnut Cove. Adjusted. 

A. T. Griffin Manufacturing Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Com- 
pany. Overcharge claim on shipment of logs from Autryville, N. C, to Golds- 
horo, N. C. Paid. 

Gordon Brick Company v. Watauga & Yadkin River Railroad. Relative to 
rates on brick. Adjusted. 

J. C. Horner to the Commission. Complaint as to refusal of Southern Rail- 
way to pay demurrage on shipments not handled on schedule time. Adjusted. 

S. P. Hand v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Overcharge claim on 
car of marl from Bowman, N. C, to Burgaw, N. C. Claim paid. 

Hamill & Shaw v. Roanoke Railway. Complaint as to rate on coal from 
Thelma, N. C, to Vultare, N. C. Satisfactory rate established. 

Jonathan Havens to the Commission. In regard to rate on cotton from 
Washington, N. C, to Norfolk, Va., as compared with the rate from stations 
on Washington & Vandemere Railroad to Norfolk, Va. Adjusted. 

Hill Veneer Company to the Commission. Request to have empty cars fur- 
nished at Raeford, N. C, for movement of logs. Adjusted. 

Robert Hackney v. Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway. Claim for 
loss, shortage in peas shipped from Willard, N. C, to Durham, N. C. Liability 
not established. Dismissed. 

Mrs. L. S. Henson v. Southern Railway Company. Claim for loss of hams 
shipped from Hominy, N. C, to Lakeland, Florida. Dismissed. 

W. L. Hall Feed and Seed Company to the Commission. Relative to rate 
on molasses from Washington, N. C, to Greenville, N. C. Adjusted. 

Jonathan Havens to the Commission. Complaining of refusal of Atlantic 
Coast Line agent at Washington, N. C, to accept carload lots of cotton-seed 
meal at less than 30 tons minimum. Adjusted. 

Hugo Burgheim Company to the Commission. Relative to establishment 
of commodity rates on scrap iron, etc., from points on Southern Railway. 
Adjusted. 

Hill Veneer Company to the Commission. Relative to securing empty 
equipment for movement of wooden blocks from Raeford, N. C, to High 
Point, N. C. Adjusted. 

John R. Harder v. Southern Railway. Claim for loss of sweet potatoes in 
transit from Clinton, N. C, to Elon College, N. C. Claim paid. 

Harris Granite Quarries Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Com- 
plaint as to correct weights on cars of stone shipped from Neverson, N. C, 
to Morehead City, N. C. Adjusted. 

John R. Hagaman v. Carolina and Northwestern Railway. Overcharge 
claim on shipment of water wheel machinery from Maymead, Tenn., to Lenoir, 
N. C. Adjusted. 

Rufus Isenhour to the Commission. In regard to interchange between the 
Winston-Salem Southbound Railroad and Southern Railway at Whitney, N. C. 
Adjusted. 



64 K. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

J. J. Icenhour v. Southern Railway. Claim for breakage in eggs in transit 
from Bryson City to Fontana, N. C, Claim paid.' 

Chas. S. Jones v. Southern Railway. Overcharge claim on shipment of 
household goods from Mitchell, Nebraska, to Raleigh, N. C. Adjusted. 

Kinston Carolina Railroad and Lumber Company to the Commission. Ap- 
plication to cancel Passenger Tariff No. 4. Granted. 

Kistler, Lesh & Company to the Commission. Relative to rate on tanbark 
from short-line stations in North Carolina. Adjusted. 

B. F. Kaupp, Poultry Investigator, etc., v. Southern Railway. Claim for 
loss Oi chickens, amount $22.38. Claim paid. 

Kinston Carolina Railroad and Lumber Company and Carolina Railroad 
Company to the Commission. Application for revision in the minimum 
charge on single shipments between stations. Approved. 

Kinston Manufacturing Company to the Commission. Complaint as to poor 
service of transportation companies. Adjusted. 

R. H. Lane to the Commission. Complaining of delay to shipment of flour 
from Lynchburg, Va., to Aurora, N. C. Adjusted. 

W. T. Lee v. Southern Express Company. Claim for loss of honey, amount 
$3, shipped from Raleigh to Waynesville, N. C. Claim paid. 

R. H. Lane to the Commission. Complaint as to delay in shipment of flour 
from Lynchburg, Va., to Aurora, N. C. Adjusted. 

J. R. Lowe V. Linville River Railway Company. Complaint as to service 
at Linville Gap. Adjusted. 

Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company to the Commission. Relative to 
icing and reicing charges on perishable freight traffic. Adjusted. 

H. B. Mayo v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for loss of cow- 
peas, amount $14. Paid. 

Dr. William Moore to the Commission. Complaint as to delay of shipment 
of household goods from Baltimore, Md., to Raleigh, N. C. Adjusted. 

Citizens of Marble v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint as to car 
supply at Marble, N. C. Adjusted. 

L. A. Mclnnis v. Aberdeen & Rockfish Railroad. Claim, amount $8.86, loss 
of sugar. Claim paid. 

C. F. Mallard v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Overcharge claim 
on two cars ground marl from Bowman, N. C, to Burgaw, N. C. Paid. 

Model Ginning Company to the Commission. Relative to establishment of 
rates on cotton in bolls in bags, etc. Rates established. 

F. B. McKinne v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Overcharge claim, amount 
$52.29, on car of limestone from Marion, Virginia, to Louisburg, N. C. Paid. 

Marion Cash Feed Company v. Carolina and Northwestern Railway. Claim 
for car of oats confiscated. Dismissed. 

B. L. McClees v. Southern Express Company. Claim for loss of peas. 
Adjusted. 

Morrison Brothers v. Tallulah Falls Railway. Claim for loss of stove. 
Claim paid. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS 65 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Company to the Commission. Application for 
establishment of rate of |7 per car 60,000 pounds, excess in proportion, on logs 
from Newport, N. C, to James City, N. C, without making percentage reduc- 
tion at other points intermediate. Granted. 

National Lumber Company to the Commission. Complaint as to delay in 
shipments of lumber from Mount Gilead to Concord, N. C. Adjusted. 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Company to the Commission. Application to 
publish rate of five cents per hundred pounds on lumber, carload 40,000 
pounds minimum, from Beaufort to Belhaven, N. C. Granted. 

North Carolina Shipbuilding Company to the Commission. Application 
for establishment of rates on forest products from Southeastern and Missis- 
sippi Valley territory to Morehead City. Rates established. 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Company to the Commission. Application to 
establish rate of $5 per car of 60,000 pounds on logs, excess in proportion, 
from New Bern to Bridgeton, N. C, without making corresponding reductions 
between other localities. Granted. 

S. E. Overton v. Southern Express Company. Claim for loss of two crates 
of eggs shipped to Norfolk. Adjusted. 

M. J. O'Neill V. Southern Express Company. Submitting claim of Mrs. 
G. O'Neill Macon for loss of one quart whiskey. Claim paid. 

Wm. P. Payne v. Southern Railway Company. Complaining of car supply 
at Murphy. Adjusted. 

G. W. Parsons & Son to the Commission. Relative to advance in rates on 
Norfolk Southern between Elizabeth City and points in that vicinity. Ad- 
justed. 

Planters Hardware Company v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Overcharge 
claim on shipment of doors from Sanford to Rich Square, N. C. Paid. 

C. F. Patrick v. Southern Express Company. Claim for loss of box of fish 
roe. Claim paid. 

J. R. Pinner v. North Carolina Demurrage Bureau. Claim for refund of 
demurrage, $6, at Farmville, N. C. Paid. 

T. H. Pritchard v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company, Claim, amount 
$10, damage to suitcase. Paid. 

James M. Perry v. Albemarle Steam Navigation Company. Complaint as 
to service. Adjusted, 

Pantego & Belhaven Realty Company v, Norfolk Southern Railroad Com- 
pany, Claim for overcharge on potato digger from Berkley, Va., to Pantego, 
N. C. Paid. 

Dr. J. G. Reid v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint as to confiscation 
of coal. Adjusted. 

Raleigh Floral Company to the Commission. Complaint as to delay of ship- 
ment of flowers by express. Adjusted. 

Raleigh Granite Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Over- 
charge claims on shipments of rip-rap stone from Granita and Rockton to 
Elizabethtown, N. C. Settled. 
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66 2^. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

A. D. Royster & Bro. v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim for loss, ship- 
ment of candy destroyed in wreck at Kittrell, N. C. Claim paid. 

Raleigh Auction Company v. Southern Railway Company. Claim for dam- 
age to furniture. Claim paid. 

A. D. Royster & Bro. to the Commission. Relative to delay to shipment of 
sugar from Philadelphia to Raleigh. Adjusted. 

C. B. Ryan, Chairman, Committee Associated Railways. Applications for 
increase in mileage book passenger rates. Withdrawn. 

Raleigh Granite Company v. (Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint as to 
not being able to obtain correct weight on cars of crushed stone from Grey- 
stone, etc. Adjusted. 

Raleigh Auction Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim 
for loss of ice box, $16.50. Paid. 

R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company to the Commission. Application for 
establishment of Fourth Class rating to apply on tinfoil between points within 
the State. Rating established. 

Scotland Neck Brick Company to the Commission. Complaining of demur- 
rage charged on car of brick shipped to Oak City. Adjusted. 

J. C. Strong, Jr., v. Tallulah Falls Railroad. Overcharge claim on lumber 
from Otto, N. C, to Clarksville, N. C, and return. Adjusted. 

Southern Power Company to the Commission. Relative to demurrage 
charges on portable substation car, etc. Adjusted. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Request for authority to 
apply minimum of 60,000 pounds on shipment of feldspar from Penland, N. C, 
to Selma, N. C. Granted. 

B. M. Spaulding v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim for overcharge on 
ground marl from Bowman to Clarkton, N. C. Adjusted. 

City of Statesville v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint as to in- 
efficient service at freight station at Statesville, N. C. Adjusted. 

State Hospital v. North Carolina Demurrage Bureau. Complaint as to 
demurrage charged on cars of coal at Raleigh. Adjusted. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application to withdraw 
rates on ground limestone from Lime Rock, N. C, to North Carolina points 
account destruction of plant at that point by fire. Granted. 

Slayden, Fakes & Co. v. Southern Railway Company. Overcharge claim 
on roasted coffee, from Asheville to Culberson, N. C. Paid. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application to cancel 
present milling-in-transit rates on grain now in effect at Charlotte, States- 
ville, and Hickory and publish in lieu thereof the present basis as in effect 
at Goldsboro. Application granted. 

J. A. Sexton Lumber Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. 
Overcharge claim, $51.34, on car of lumber consigned to Philadelphia. Claim 
paid. 

L. E. Sawyer v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Overcharge claim 
on piano shipped from Millbrook to Aurora, N. C. Adjusted. 

Smith Brothers v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaining delay to ship- 
ment soy-bean meal from Wilson to Katesville, N. C. Adjusted. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS 67 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application for permis- 
sion to remove cotton platform at Haw River. Application denied. 

H. T. Smithdeal v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint as to delay in 
shipment of article bought at old hoss sale at Charlotte. Adjusted. 

R. J. Shields v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Relative to embargo 
on cotton from Hobgood to Norfolk. Adjusted. 

Snow Lumber Company to the Commission. Overcharge claims on lumber 
from Abbottsburg, N. C, to High Point, N. C. Dismissed. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway to the Commission. Relative to rates on empty 
tobacco hogsheads in North Carolina. Adjusted. 

Tennessee and North Carolina Railroad to the Commission. Application 
for cancellation of Tariff ICC No. 114. Granted. 

Mrs. K. M. W. Tack v. Southern Express Company. Claim for loss of two 
collie puppies killed in transit. Dismissed. 

H. J. Thurman Lumber Company to the Commission. Complaint as to space 
at stations for loading lumber shipments. Adjusted. 

Thiem & Birdsong v. Southern Express Company. Claim for loss of break- 
age of eggs in transit. Adjusted. 

Troy Cross-Arm Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Complaint as to 
failure to pay milling-in-transit claims. Adjusted. 

W. C. Underbill Company v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim, $25.65, 
for broken closet bowl. Adjusted. 

Union Tanning Company v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint as 
to demurrage charged at Old Fort, N. C. Dismissed. 

J. E. Uzzle V. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Submitting claim of Z. V. Pate 
overcharge claim on carload of flour from Laurinburg, N. C, to Gibson, N. C. 
Refund made. 

B. B. Vinson, Attorney for Gray Granite Company v. Carolina & Yadkin 
River Railroad Company. Overcharge claim on sewer pipe from Thomasville 
to Wise, N. C. Adjusted. 

Whiteville Lumber Company to the Commission. Application for authority 
to cancel rates to stations on line named Dothan and Longs, N. C. Granted. 

S. W. Woodley v. Southern Express Company. Overcharge claim on ship- 
ment of seed from Clarinda, Iowa, to Creswell, N. C. Adjusted. 

Williams & Taylor v. Albemarle Steam Navigation Company. In regard 
to refusal of agent to issue clean bill of lading for peanuts, etc. Adjusted. 

H. L. Woodruff v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Overcharge 
claims on machinery and household goods shipped from Micro, N. C, to St. 
Paul, S. C. Dismissed. 

J. M. Woodley v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim, amount 
$19.70, loss of shipment of shoes from Pittsbugh, Pa., to Beasley, N. C. Claim 
paid. 

Williams & Taylor v. Albemarle Steam Navigation Company. Complaint 
as to service. Adjusted. 

Weeks & Taylor v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Submitting vari- 
ous claims. Claims paid. 



68 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

W. H. Williams v, Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaint as to 
delay to car of shingles from Middlesex to Four Oaks, N. C. Adjusted. 

A. White V. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for loss of six 
bags peanuts. Claim paid. 

L. L. Winder to the Commission. Complaint as to delay in shipment of 
fruit trees from Greensboro to Elizabeth City, N. C. Adjusted. 

Aberdeen & Rockfish Railroad to the Commission. Application to revise 
lumber ^rates. Granted. 

Aberdeen & Rockfish Railroad to the Commission. Application to revise 
rates on cordwood. Granted. 

American Hardware and Equipment Company v. Southern Express Com- 
pany. Claim for damage to electric bell. Paid. 

Atlas Auditing Company v. Piedmont & Northern Railway Company. Sub- 
mitting various claims against that company. Adjusted. 

Acme Manufacturing Company to the Commission. Relative to delay to 
cars of fertilizer in transit. Adjusted. 

J. M. Allen v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Overcharge claim on car of 
ground limestone from Marion, Virginia, to Louisburg, N. C, amount $95.27. 
Claim paid. 

Agricultural Department to the Commission. In regard to shipment of 
ground limestone from Linville Falls to Carthage, N. C, consigned to T. A. 
Cole. Adjusted. 

Atlas Auditing Company v. Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway. 
Submitting claim of R. G. Lassister & Company, overcharge in weight on 
movement of asphalt plant from Greensboro to Rocky Mount, N. C. Adjusted. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company to the Commission. Submitting 
overcharge claim of R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, amount $7, on leaf 
tobacco from Wallace, N. C, to Winston-Salem, N. C, with request to protect 
rate of 25 cents per 100 pounds. Granted. 

Andrews & Knowles to the Commission. In regard to delay to car of cotton- 
seed hulls from Zebulon to Mount Olive, N. C. Adjusted. 

Aberdeen & Rockfish Railroad to the Commission. Application to discon- 
tinue sidings at Seaford and Lakefield, N. C. Granted. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company to the Commission. Application to 
settle overcharge claim, amount $23.26, on leaf tobacco of R. J. Reynolds 
Tobacco Company moving from Spring Hope to Winston-Salem, N. C. Granted. 

Atlantic" Coast Line Railroad Company to the Commission. Application 
to establish commodity rates on plug and smoking tobacco from Durham, 
N, C, to Wilmington, N. C, without observing such figures as maxima to or 
from intermediate points. Granted. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company to the Commission. Application 
to withdraw rates on baskets, boxes, and crates from Mount Olive,- N. C, to 
various North Carolina stations. Application granted. 

J. M. Allen to the Commission. Relative to overcharge on limestone from 
Fletcher to Louisburg, N. C. Dismissed. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS b9 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company to the Commission. Application 
to withdraw present rates on wooden telegraph and telephone poles from 
Vandemere, N. C, to Charlotte, Durham, Gastonia, Raleigh, and Winston- 
Salem. Granted. 

T, M. Bland & Co. and Lindsay & McMechen Lumber Company v. Seaboard 
Air Line Railway, Complaint as to loading facilities at Pittsboro, N. C. 
Adjusted. 

O. Z. Barber v. Southern Railway Company. Overcharge claim on ship- 
ment of shingles from Autryville to Goldston, N. C. Paid. 

Dr. C. W. Banner v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint as to collec- 
tion of demurrage charges at Greensboro, N. C, on car of coal. Adjusted. 

W. L. Brogden v. Southern Railway Company. Complaining of refusal of 
Southern Railway to switch car Irish potatoes. Commission orders car 
switched. Adjusted. 

Z. R. Balance v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Overcharge claim 
on movement of ground limestone from Linville Falls to Micro, N. C. Ad- 
justed. 

H. W. Bateman v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Claim for loss of two pigs, 
amount $10.60. Paid. 

E. E. Bain v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Overcharge claim on 
car of lumber from Gibson, N. C, to Greensboro, N. C. Dismissed. 

R. Hope Brison & Co. to the Commission. Complaint as to rates on produce 
from Marion, Virginia, to Gastonia, N. C. Adjusted. 

J. K. Bridgers v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Overcharge claim 
on car of limestone shipped from Marion, Virginia, to Nashville, N. C. Claim 
paid. 

Corporation Commission to Transportation Companies. Relative to estab- 
lishing rates on ground limestone to points on steamer lines. Established. 

John F. Croom & Bro. to the Commission. In regard to furnishing large 
empty box-cars by Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Adjusted. 

Curry Brothers Lumber Company v. Southern Railway. Complaint a.=? to 
car supply. Adjusted. 

Carolina Wood Products Company v. Southern Railway. Claim for refund 
of demurrage, amount $187. Adjusted. 

Chowan Cotton Oil and Fertilizer Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad 
and Daniels Roanoke River Line. In regard to service to and from fertilizer 
plant at Edenton. Adjusted. 

W. S. Carawan v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim, amount 
$3.11, for loss of goods in transit. Dismissed. 

Consumers Cotton Oil Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. 
Complaint as to car supply for local switching movement at Tarboro, N. C. 
Adjusted. 

Carolina Wood Products Company v. Southern Railway Company. Claim 
for refund of demurrage paid on four cars scrap iron, amount $153. Claim 
paid. 



70 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

Cox & Dunn, Attorneys, to the Commission. Complaint on behalf of Laurin- 
burg & Southern Railroad against Seaboard Air Line Railway relative to 
switching coal to Dickson Cotton Mills, repairing coal trestle, etc. Adjusted. 

J. D. Campbell v. Southern Railway Company. Claim for shortage of coal 
in transit. Dismissed. 

Crocker & Harris v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Overcharge claim on car 
of ground limestone from Mascott, Tenn., to Seaboard, N. C. Paid. 

Charlotte Shippers and Manufacturers' Association to the Commission. In 
regard to comparison of rates on monumental parts between Statesville and 
Greensboro as compared to rates between Charlotte and Statesville. Adjusted. 

Carson Brick Company v. Southern Railway Company. Claim, amount 
$80.36, covering value of one carload of brick shipped by T. T. Covington, 
Laurinburg, N. C, and sent through error to Gallivan Building Company, 
Lexington, N. C. Adjusted. 

John F. Croom & Bro. v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Com- 
plaining of failure to furnish large cars for shipment of berry crates. Ad- 
justed. 

Carolina Wood Products Company v. Southern Railway Company. Claim 
for demurrage, amount $36, on account of failure to switcli. etc. Dismissed. 

Carolina Handle Company to the Commission. In regard to delay to car 
of logs from Candor to Four Oaks, N. C. Adjusted. 

The Cotton Oil and Ginning Company, Scotland Neck, v. Atlantic Coast 
Line Railroad. Submitting overcharge claim on corn and request for lower 
rate. Claim paid, lower rates established. 

John F. Croom & Bro. to the Commission. Relative to minimum weight 
on berry crates, carload, between points within the State. Adjusted. 

Carolina Broom Company to the Commission. Relative to establishment 
of rates on brooms from Varina, N. C, to Greenville, South Carolina. Rates 
established. 

Danville & Western Railway Company to the Commission. Application 
to refund the Thread Mills Company on switching at Spray, N. C. Granted. 

E. G. Davis & Sons Co. v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaining of 
refusal of agent to deliver goods account of no billing to cover. Adjusted. 

Durham Chamber of Commerce to the Commission. Relative to classifica- 
tion of leaf tobacco shipped in baskets, bulk, etc. Adjusted. 

R. N. Dickinson v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Claim, amount $17.85, loss 
of corn. Claim paid. 

Dan River Brick Company v. Norfolk & Western Railway. Overcharge on 
car of wood destined to Walnut Cove, N. C. Claim paid. 

Edenton Peanut Company to the Commission. In regard to wharfage 
charges on peanuts by Perquimans River Line. Adjusted. 

T. D. Etheridge v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for loss 
of one hide, amount $8.74. Claim paid. 

Fairfield & Elizabeth City Transportation Company to the Commission. 
Application to increase rate on corn from Fairfield, N. C, to Wilmington^ 
N. C. Denied. 



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S. R. Fowle & Son v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Overcharge 
claim on car of ground limestone from Marion, Virginia, to Washington, 
N. C, amount $15.94. Claim paid. 

D. L. M. Fields v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for damage 
to barrel of sugar. Adjusted. 

D. L. M. Fields v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Claim for loss of shoes. 
Claim paid. 

J. H. Gaylord v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for refund 
for unused part of ticket. Adjusted. 

Goldsboro Chamber of Commerce to the Commission. Relative to establish- 
ment of rates on cotton to be warehoused in transit at Goldsboro. Adjusted. 

Guilford Sand Dredging Company to the Commission. In regard to reduc- 
tion in rate on sand from Walnut Cove to Winston-Salem and Greensboro, 
N. C. Adjusted. 

Greenville Supply Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. 
Relative to claim for loss of lard. Adjusted. 

J. T. Gardner, Mayor, Shelby, N. C, v. Southern Railway and Seaboard Air 
Line Railway. Complaining as to rates on flour from Michigan points to 
Shelby. Adjusted. 

J. R. Griffin to the Commission. Complaining of freight charges on Ford 
automobile from Williamston, N. C, to Edenton, N. C. Dismissed. 

W. E. Hendley v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Overcharge claim, amount 
$41.56, on ground limestone from Marion, Virginia, to Norlina, N. C. Re- 
fund made. 

J. L. Harris v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Overcharge claim, amount 
$24.04, on ground limestone from Marion, Virginia, to Seaboard, N. C. Re- 
fund made. 

Harris Granite Quarries Company to the Commission, Request for estab- 
lishment of rates on curbing stone between points in North Carolina. Rates 
established. 

A. W. Haskins v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaining of 
delay to shipments from Baltimore and Elizabeth City to Oriental, N. C. 
Adjusted. 

T. C. Hicks and J. D. Braswell v. Linville River Railway Company. Com- 
plaining as to rate on pulpwood from Minneapolis to Cranberry and Johnson 
City. Adjusted. 

W. M. Ives, Jr., v. Southern Express Company. Claim, amount $3.50, caused 
by delay to hams from Smithfield to Raleigh, N. C. Dismissed. 

S. A. Jones to the Commission. In regard to routing shipment of ore from 
Murphy, N. C, to Boston, Mass., account of embargo. Adjusted. 

Geo. B. Justice v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Overcharge claim, amount 
$56.31, on scrap paper from Raleigh, N. C, to Security, Maryland. Claim paid. 

B. M. Jones v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim for damage to fruit 
shipped from Spruce Pine to Lattimore, N. C. Dismissed. 

F. M. Johnson v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Claim for over- 
charge on ground limestone from Marion, Va., to Hassell, N. C. Adjusted, 



iZ N. C. COEPORATION COMMISSION 

Department of Labor and Printing v. Southern Railway Company. Claim, 
amount $61.46, damage to six boxes of paper from Delano Junction, N. Y., 
to Raleigh, N. C. Claim paid. 

J. H. Leroy et al. to the Commission., Complaint as to service of Western 
Union at Columbia, N, C. Adjusted. 

E. L. Lewis v. Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway Complaining of 
failure to furnish empty flat cars. Adjusted. 

R. G. Lassiter & Co. to the Commission. Request for establishment of 
rates on gravel and crushed stone from Granita and Rockton, N. C, to Rocky 
Mount, N. C. Rates established. 

E. L. Lewis v. Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway. Claim for demur- 
rage assessed on cars at Rock Creek Siding. Dismissed. 

W. T, Lee v. Southern Railway Company. Claim, amount $3.50, for loss 
of one barrel of apples shipped from Hazelwood, N. C, consigned to Mrs. 
M. W. Smith, Raleigh, N. C. Adjusted. 

Lewiston Supply Company v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaining 
of agent at Lewiston, N. C, adding fifteen per cent to intrastate rates. Ad- 
justed. 

W. T. Lee v. Southern Express Company. Claim for overcharge on ship- 
ment of corn from Goldsboro to Waynesville, N. C. Overcharge refunded. 

J. M. Love & Co. V. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Submitting 
claims for overcharge in weights on air-dried boards and complaining of 
weights being assessed. Claims paid and proper weights established. 

Local Freight Agents' Association to the Commission. In regard to closing 
hours of freight stations in Raleigh. Opening and closing hours established. 

R. H. Lane to the Commission. Complaining of delay to fiour shipments 
from Lynchburg, Va., to Aurora, N. C. Adjusted. 

F. B. McKinne v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Overcharge claim on car of 
limestone from Marion, Va., to Louisburg, N. C, amount $48.51. Adjusted. 

N. J. Mayo v. North Carolina Demurrage Bureau. Complaint as to de- 
murrage charged at Moores Siding, N. C. Adjusted. 

L. 0. Moseley to the Commission. Overcharge claim on marl from Bow- 
man, N. C, to Dawson, N.C. Dismissed. 

S. J. Massengill v. Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway. Overcharge 
claim on car of ground limestone from Linville Falls to Four Oaks, N. C. 
DIomissed. 

C. R. McNeely v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint as to local freight 
service and car supply at Lake Toxaway. Adjusted. 

S. McMullan v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Complaint as to condition of 
passenger coaches operated on Columbia branch. Adjusted. 

B. C. Mayo v. North Carolina Demurrage Bureau. Claim for refund on 
demurrage charged at Moores Siding, N. C. Claim adjusted. 

Southern Furniture Manufacturers' Association to the Commissioji. Sub- 
mitting claims of Mount Airy Furniture Company account of overcharge in 
lumber shipped from Mount Airy and Eastern Junction to Mount Airy. Claims 
settled. Rates established. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS 73 

S. Mitchell v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Overcharge claim 
on car of ground limestone moving from Acme to New Berlin, N. C. Claim 
adjusted. 

H. E. Miller v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Overcharge claim 
on cow from Mount Ulla to Tomahawk, N. C. Claim paid. 

F. B. McKinne v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Overcharge claim, amount 
$46, on ground limestone. Adjusted. 

B. B. Miller to the Commission. Relative to classification of live-stock. 
Proper classification secured. 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Company to the Commission. Application to 
install rate of $9 per car of 60,000 pounds, excess in proportion, on logs from 
Vanceboro to Belhaven, N. C. Granted. 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Company to the Commission. Application to 
publish rate of $9 per car 60,000 pounds, excess in proportion, on logs from 
Halsey to Elizabeth City, N. C, without similar reductions to intermediate 
points. Granted. 

T. S. Norfleet v. Seaboard Air Line Railway Company. Overcharge claim, 
$64.68, on car of ground limestone from Marion, Virginia, to Roxobel, N. C. 
Adjusted. 

Norfleet Tobacco Basket Company and T. R. Pepper Tobacco Basket Com- 
pany to the Commission. Relative to classification of tobacco baskets. Proper 
classification secured. 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Company to the Commission. Application to 
establish rate of $5 per car on logs 60,000 pounds from Askins to New Bern, 
N. C. Granted. 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Company to the Commission. Application for 
establishment of regular switching rules, regulations, etc., at Ashboro, N. C. 
Granted. 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Company to the Commission. Application for 
permission to withdraw Tariff No. F-111 publishing class and commodity 
rates between Morehead City and Beaufort and allow the regular local mileage 
rates to govern. Granted. 

North Carolina School Book Depository v. Southern Railway Company. 
Complaining as to delay to shipment of books consigned to Denton Drug 
Company, Denton, N. C, from Raleigh, N. C. Adjusted. 

New Bern Cotton Oil and Fertilizer Mills to the Commission. Relative to 
charge made by Norfolk Southern Railroad on two cars of cotton-seed meal 
from New Bern to James City, N. C. Correct charge established. 

W. E. Overton v. Southern Express Company. Complaining as to delay 
to shipment of nets to Creswell, N. C. Adjusted. 

J. S. Oliver & Co. to the Commission. Complaint as to rate on cotton from 
Marietta and Page's Mill to Dillon, S. C. Adjusted. 

The Prince Hardware Company v. Whiteville Lumber Company. Over- 
charge claim on ground limestone from Whiteville to Dothan, N. C. Adjusted. 

The Prince Hardware Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. 
Overcharge claim on shipment of marl from Chadbourn to Wards, N. C. Paid. 



74 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION" 

G. W. Phelps & Co. V. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Overcharge 
claim on baskets and barrels from. Elizabeth City to Beasley Station, N. C. 
Adjusted. 

Mrs. L. L. Parker to the Commission. Relative to correct charge on car 
of brick from Suffolk, Va., to Gatesville, N. C. Dismissed. 

J. A. Bizzell V. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Claim for shortage in shipment 
at Fayetteville, N. C. Adjusted. 

Pearsall & Co. v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Overcharge claim on ship- 
ment of nitrate of soda from Wilmington to Fonville, N. C. Refund made. 

Prince Hardware Company v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Overcharge 
claim on shipment of marl from Bowman, N. C, to Marietta, N. C. Adjusted. 

Patten Package Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Com- 
plaining of failure of Atlantic Coast Line to furnish large empty cars at 
Calypso, N. C. Adjusted. 

Roanoke ^ibre Board Company to the Commission. In regard to com- 
modity rate on waste paper stock between points within the State. Adjusted. 

Raleigh Cotton Oil Company v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint 
as to poor switching service at Raleigh. Adjusted. 

J. M. Robison v. Southern Railway Company. Claim for damage to scales 
shipped from Baltimore to Franklin, N, C. Dismissed. 

A. D. Royster & Bro. v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim for loss, ship- 
ment of candy from Raleigh to Scotland Neck, N. C. Claim paid. 

Arthur Ross v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaining of 
advance in lumber rates. Adjusted. 

J. M. Robison v. Southern Railway Company. Claim for damage to ship- 
ment of earthenware from St. Louis, Mo., to Etna, N. C. Claim paid. 

Charles T. Ross v. Southern Railway Company. Overcharge claims on 
live-stock from Mount UUa and Mocksville, N. C, to Chapel Hill, N. C. Re- 
fund made. 

J. A. Ragland v. Atlantic & Western Railroad. Claim, amount $39.80, loss 
of mill feed from Durham to Roxobel, N. C. Claim paid. 

The Raleigh Granite Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Complaining 
as to car service. Adjusted. 

Rosemary Manufacturing Company to the Commission. Complaining of 
delay to shipment of motor truck from Pontiac, Mich., to Roanoke Rapids, 
N. C. Adjusted. 

Slayden, Fakes & Co. v. Southern Railway Company. Overcharge claim on 
barrel of coffee from Asheville to Culberson, N. C. Adjusted. 

Alfred Z. Smith & Co. v. New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad. Claim 
for loss of wood knobs from Terryville, Conn., to West Point, Va. Claim paid. 

Thomas Stewart v. Southern Railway Company. Claim, amount $20, loss 
of apples shipped from Toecane to Raleigh, N. C. Claim paid. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. In regard to correct dis- 
tance to be used in arriving at joint rate from Terra Ceia to Reidsville, N. C. 
Correct distance established. 

F. J. Strader to the Commission. In regard to establishment of rates from 
various points on vegetables to Burlington, N. C. Rates established. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS 75 

Asheville Mica Company v. Southern Railway Company. Overcharge claim^ 
amount $20.79, on shipment of mica from Boonford, N. C, to Asheville, N. C. 
Refund made. 

W. H. Speight v. Southern Express Company. Claim for loss of goods. 
Claim paid. 

Southern Express Company to the Commission. Submitting Supplement 
No. 1 to Official Express Classification No. 25 for approval. Approved. 

The Siler Brothers Company v. Southern Railway Company. Overcharge 
claim on cotton-seed meal from Meridian and Greenwood, Miss., to Garner, 
N. C. Dismissed. 

Dr. J. K. Stockard v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Overcharge 
claim on two buggies and two horses from Reidsville, N. C, to Aurora, N. C. 
Adjusted. 

J. A. Sexton Lumber Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. 
Overcharge claim on car of lumber from Harnett, N. C, to East New York. 
Adjusted. 

J. C. Steele & Sons v. Southern Railway Company. Relative to furnishing 
equipment for handling clay to brick plant. Adjusted.- 

J. E. Sloop V. Southern Railway Company. Complaint account agent sealing, 
car at Statesville and refusing to allow to unload within free time. Adjusted. 

Slayden, Fakes & Co. v. Southern Railway Company. Overcharge claim on 
shipments of roasted coffee from Asheville to Culberson, N. C. Adjusted. 

Sheppard Veneer Company to the Commission. In regard to classification 
of banana hampers between points in North Carolina. Adjusted. 

Ivy Smith & Bro. v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Overcharge claim on ship- 
ment of marl from Bowman, N. C, to Arthur, N. C. Adjusted. 

The Stave and Timber Corporation v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Com- 
plaining of failure tjo secure empty equipment. Adjusted. 

Southern Christian Publishing Company v. Southern Express Company. 
In regard to nondelivery of money for C.O.D. at Sunbury, N. C. Adjusted. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application to protect rate 
of 30 cents per net ton on cinders, carload, from Canton, N. C, to Biltmore, 
N. C. Granted. 

Alfred Z. Smith & Co. v. Merchants and Miners Transportation Company. 
Overcharge claim on shipment of old jute scrap bagging from Providence,. 
R. I., to Cleveland, Tenn. Dismissed. 

Louis Strauss v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Complaining of 
delay to shipment of cotton factory sweepings from Tarboro to Charlotte, 
N. C. Adjusted. 

Mrs. Mattie J. Topping v. Southern Express Company. Claim for loss of 
egg crates. Adjusted. 

Thomasville Veneer and Panel Company to the Commission. Complaining 
of delay to shipments of logs from Mount Holly and Amherst to Thomas- 
ville, N. C. Adjusted. 

R. I. Thornton & Co. v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Claim for 
damage to potatoes shipped from Norfolk, Virginia, to Selma, N. C. Dismissed. 



76 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

Thomasville Veneer and Panel Company v. Southern Railway. Complain- 
ing of failure to furnish flat-car at Ruffin, N. C. Adjusted. 

Mrs, Mattie J. Topping v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Overcharge claim 
on shipment of glassware from St. Louis, Mo., to Pantego, N. C. Adjusted, 

Thompson Gin Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Over- 
charge claim on car of hay from Washington, N. C, to Aurora, N. C. Adjusted. 

Geo. S. Van Cleef v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Complaining 
of facilities for moving logs from Bay Meade to Wilmington, N. C. Matter 
handled and facilities secured. 

J. A. Vinson v. Southern Railway Company. Complaining of car supply at 
Clayton and Auburn, N. C. Adjusted. 

The Watts Cotton Mill Company to the Commission. Application for estab- 
lishment of rates on cotton goods from southeastern points to Warrior, N. C. 
Rates established. 

E. J. Woodley v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaining of 
delay to shipment of flour to Jackson Springs, N. C. Adjusted. 

W. H. Williams, Jr., v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Overcharge 
claim on car of marl from Warsaw, N. C, to Calypso, N. C. Adjusted. 

S. W. Woodley v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Overcharge claims 
on ground limestone from Marion, Virginia, to Creswell, N. C. Adjusted. 

Whedbee & Morris v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim account of delay 
in car of shingles from Roper, N. C. Commission without jurisdiction. Dis- 
missed. 

Williams & Taylor to the Commission. Complaining of failure of the 
steamer Guide to make regular connection schedule at Harrellsville, N, C. 
Adjusted. 

Zebulon Hosiery Mills v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Overcharge 
claim on wood shavings from Middlesex, N. C, to Zebulon, N. C. Refund made 
and rate established. 

Winterville Cotton Oil Company to the Commission. Application for estab- 
lishment of cotton-seed meal rate to apply on soy-bean meal between points in 
North Carolina. Rates established. 

Graham County Lumber Company v. Southern Railway Company. Claim 
for refund of demurrage, amount $239, accruing on three tank cars at Andrews, 
N. C. Refund made. 

L. B. Woodard v. Southern Railway Company. Overcharge claim on lumber 
from Epps Springs to Bryson City, N. C. Refund made. 

E. S. Wise V. Southern Express Company. Overcharge claim on shipment 
from Norfolk to Elizabeth City. Adjusted. 

W. A. Withers to the Commission. Request to trace shipment of furnace 
parts from Cincinnati to Raleigh. Adjusted. 

J. O. Proctor & Bro. v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Submitting various 
logs and damage claims. Paid. 

Greenville Supply Company v. Atlantic Coast Line and Norfolk Southern 
Railroad. Complaining of closing hour of freight station at Greenville. 
Adjusted. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS 77 

M. J. O'Neill V. Southern Express Company. Claim for loss of goods. Claim 
paid. 

H. C. Goode v. Southern Express Company. Claim for loss of automobile 
tire shipped to Connelly Springs, N. C. Paid. 

S. A. Adams v. Norfolk Southern Railroad and Steamer Lines. Complain- 
ing of delay in settlement of claims. Adjusted. 

Ocona Lufty Railroad to the Commission. Application to be exempted from 
making joint-haul rates and to be relieved from making separate accommoda- 
tions for white and colored passengers. Application granted. 

0. S. Thompson v. Southern Railway Company. Claim for refund one-half 
unused ticket from Raleigh to Hendersonville, N. C. Refund made. 

North Carolina Agricultural Experimental Station to the Commission. Rel- 
ative to rates on live-stock to be shown for exhibit purposes. Necessary 
rates secured. 

Fowler & Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Complaining of delay 
in settlement of claims. Claims paid. 

W. T. Cutchin v. Southern Railway Company. Complaining of delay to 
shipment of household goods from Chapel Hill to Norwood, N. C. Adjusted. 

R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company to the Commission. Application for estab- 
lishment of fourth-class rating on tinfoil between points in North Carolina. 
Rate established. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application to change 
milling-in-transit rules at Charlotte, Statesville, Hickory, and other points 
in North Carolina, to conform to the rules in effect at Goldsboro. Granted. 

L. E. Elks V. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Claim, amount $20.31, loss of 
beans. 

L. L. Basnight v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Claim for loss of potatoes, 
amount $24.30. Paid. 

E. H. Camp v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Overcharge claim, amount 
$81.60, on ground limestone. Refund made. 

Dr. K. E. Miller v. Southern Express Company. Claim for loss of tire, 
amount $10. Paid. 

D. L. M. Fields v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for loss of 
shoes, amount $50. Adjusted. 

T. M. Johnson v. Durham & Southern Railway Company. Overcharge 
claim on desk from High Point to Coats, N. C. Refund made. 

F. D. Southern v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim for damage to house- 
hold goods. Adjusted. 

Hedgpeth &, Company v. Southern Railway. Overcharge claims on ship- 
ments of cotton. Adjusted. 

J. L. Miller v. American Railway Express Company. Complaining of 
failure to settle C.O.D. claims. Adjusted. 

W. S. Chadwick v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Claim for breakage to 
plate glass. Claim paid. 

C. W. Hackett v. Southern Railway Overcharge claim on ground lime- 
stone from Bridgeport, Tenn. to Johnson Siding, N. C. Refund made. 



78 N. C. COKPOKATION COMMISSION 

Selma Manufacturing Company v. Southern Railway. In regard to various 
claims. Adjusted. 

W. L. Barneycastle v. Southern Express Company. Claim amount $16.88 
loss of coop of chickens. Claim paid. 

A. P. Woodruff, chairman, Yadkin County Road Commission v. Southern 
Railway. Submitting claim amount $17.06. Adjusted. 

Lee & Brown Company v. American Railway Express Company. Claim 
for loss of auto tire. Adjusted. 

Dr. William Moore v. Southern Railway. Claim for damage to house- 
hold goods. Adjusted. 

W. A. Myatt, Jr. and Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Claim 
amount $43.36, loss of cotton seed in transit from Willow Springs to Raleigh, 
N. C. Adjusted. 

J. A. Sexton Lumber Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Overcharge 
claim on car of lumber shipped to Bristol, Pa. Adjusted. 

Carolina Garage v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim for loss of gas 
cylinder. Adjusted. 

T. G. Alexander v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Complaining of removal 
of Basnight Siding near Creswell, N. C. 

R. D. Goodman v. American Railway Express Company. Claim for break- 
age of eggs in transit. Adjusted. 

J. A. Sexton Lumber Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Claim for 
overcharge in weight on car of lumber to L-ong Island City, Long Island. 
Adjusted. 



COMMODITY FREIGHT RATES 



Applicable to all lines in the State except those lines for which different 
tariff has been approved for such commodity, as will appear by examination 
of tariff for such lines published in this report. 

RATES OF FREIGHT ON COTTON SEED AND COTTON-SEED HULLS. 

PER TON 2,000 POUNDS. 



Distance 


C. L. 


L. C. L. 

Packed 


Distance 


C. L. 


L. C. L. 

Packed 


5 miles 


Per Ton 

$ 0.60 

.70 

.80 

.80 

.90 

.90 

.95 

.95 

1.00 

1.00 

1.05 

1.10 

1.10 

1.15 

1.15 

1.15 

1.20 

1.20 

1.25 


Per Ton 
$ 0.75 
.871 
1.00 
1.00 
1.12i 
1.12§ 
1.18i 
1.18f 
1.25 
1.25 
1.31i 
1.31i 
1.37^ 
1.37J 
1.431 
1.431 
1.50 
1.50 
1.56i 


100 miles 


Per Ton 
$ 1.25 
1.30 
1.30 
1.35 
1.35 
1.40 
1.40 
1.45 
1.45 
1.50 
1.50 
1.55 
1.55 
1.60 
1.60 
1.65 
1.65 
1.70 


Per Ton 
$ 1.56i 


10 miles 


110 miles 


1.621 


15 miles 


120 miles- - 


1.62§ 


20 miles 


130 miles 


1.68f 


25 miles 


140 miles 


1.68f 


30 miles 


150 miles 


1.75 


35 milfts 


160 miles 


1.75 


40 miles 


170 miles 


1.8U 




180 miles 


1.81i 


50 miles . 


190 miles ... . .. 


1.87^ 




200 miles . 


1.87^ 


60 miles . 


210 miles 


1.931 


65 miles .. 


220 miles 


1.931 


70 miles .— 


230 miles ..- 


2.00 




240 miles ..- 


2.00 


80 miles 


250 miles .. . .. 


2.06i 


85 miles .. .. 


260 miles ... 


2.06i 




270 miles .. .. ... .. 


2.12i 


95 miles 











Circulars Nos. 9-10. 

FERTILIZER RATES. 

C. L. TEN (10) TONS MINIMUM, PER TON 2,000 POUNDS. 



Distance 



5 miles and under... 

10 miles and over 5... 

15 miles and over 10.. 

20 miles and over 15.. 

30 miles and over 20.. 

40 miles and over 30.. 

50 miles and over 40.. 

60 miles and over 50.. 

70 miles and over 60.. 

80 miles and over 70.. 

90 miles and over 80. 
100 miles and over 90.. 
110 miles and over 100 
120 miles and over 110 
130 miles and over 120 
140 miles and over 130 
150 miles and over 140 
160 miles and over 150 
170 miles and over 160 
180 miles and over 170. 
190 miles and over 180 



Per Ton 



1.00 
1.10 
1.20 
1.30 
1.40 
1.50 
1.60 
1.70 
1.80 
1.90 
2.00 
2.10 
2.20 
2.30 
2.40 
2.50 
2.55 
2.60 
2.65 



Distance 



200 miles 
210 miles 
220 miles 
230 miles 
240 miles 
250 miles 
260 miles 
270 miles 
280 miles 
290 miles 
300 miles 
310 miles 
320 miles 
330 miles 
340 mlies 
350 miles 
360 miles 
370 miles 
380 miles 
390 miles 
400 miles 



and 
and 
and 
and 
and 
and 
and 
and 
and 
and 
and 
and 
and 
and 
and 
and 
and 
and 
and 
and 
and 



over 190. 
over 200 
over 210 
over 220. 
over 230 
over 240 
over 250 
over 260 
over 270 
over 280 
over 290. 
over 300. 
over 310. 
over 320 
over 330. 
over 340. 
over 350. 
over 360. 
over 370. 
over 380. 
over 390. 



Per Ton 



70 

75 

80 

85 

90 

95 

00 

05 

10 

15 

20 

25 

3.30 

3.35 

3.40 

3.45 

3.50 

3.55 

3.60 

3.65 

3.70 



On less than carload shipments, rates may be made 20 per cent higher than above. 

Circulars Nos. 1-13. 

Applicable to railroads less than 75 miles in length. 



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]Sr. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



RATES OF FREIGHT ON COTTON. 

IN BALES, PER 100 POUNDS. 



Distance 


Cents 


Distance 


Cents 


5 miles 


9 
9 
11 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
22 
23 


80 miles 


23 


10 miles . ._- _. 


85 miles 


24 




90 miles 


24 




95 miles 


25 


25 miles __ .. _ .. .. 


100 miles 


25 


30 miles. .. .. . . 


110 miles 


26 


35 miles 


120 miles .. 


27 


40 miles 


130 miles 


28 


45 miles 


140 miles 


29 


50 miles 


150 miles 


30 


55 miles 


160 miles 


31 


60 miles 


170 miles 


32 


65 miles _ 


180 miles 


33 


70 miles 


190 miles 


34 




200 miles 


35 









Circular No. 18. 

Applicable to railroads less than seventy-five miles in length. 



FREIGHT RATE ON SAND AND LOAM SOIL. 

PER CARLOAD 40,000 POUNDS MINIMUM, EXCESS IN PROPORTION. 



Distance 


Per Car 


Distance 


Per Car 


5 miles 


$ 5.00 
6.50 
7.50 
8.50 
9.50 
10.50 
11.50 
12.00 
12.00 
12.00 
13.00 
13.00 
13.00 
14.00 
14.00 
14.00 
15.00 
15.00 
15.00 
16.00 
16.00 
17.00 


130 miles 


$ 18.00 


10 miles 


140 miles 


18.00 


15 miles 


150 miles 


19.00 


20 miles 


160 miles 


19.00 


25 miles 


170 miles 


20.00 


30 miles 


180 miles - -. 


20.00 


35 miles 


190 miles. .. . ... 


21.00 


40 miles . 


200 miles... . . ... . .. . . 


21.00 




210 miles. ... .. .. ._ . 


22.00 


50 miles 


220 miles 

230 miles 


22.00 




23.00 


60 miles -. -- - 


240 miles 


23.00 




250 miles 


23.00 


70 miles .-_ --. _-- _ 


260 miles 


24.00 


75 miles 


270 miles 


24.00 


80 miles 


280 miles . . . 


24.00 


85 miles 


30 miles ... 


25.00 


90 miles 


320 miles ... . 


26.00 


95 miles 


340 miles .... 


27.00 


100 miles 


360 miles. ... ... ... 


28.00 


110 miles 


380 miles 


29.00 


120 miles . . 


400 miles.. .. .. 


30.00 









Circular No. 213, cancels Circular No. 29. 
Eftective October 27, 1915. 

FREIGHT RATE ON MARL. 

Ten per cent higher than freight rate on sand and loam soil. Circular No. 121. 



COMMODITY FREIGHT RATES 



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FREIGHT RATE ON ROUGH LOGS. 

DOGWOOD, HICKORY, PERSIMMON, GUMWOOD, ROUGH OAK, POPLAR, PINE, MAPLE, 

BIRCH, AND OTHER HARDWOOD LOGS, PER CARLOAD OF 40,000 POUNDS 

MINIMUM. EXCESS IN PROPORTION. 



Distance 


Per Car 


Distance 


Per Car 


10 miles or under 


$ 6.50 
7.00 
7.50 
8.50 
9.00 
10.00 
11.00 
12.00 
13.00 
14.00 
15.00 
16.00 


130 miles and over 120 .. .. 


$ 17.00 


20 miles and over 10 


140 miles and over 130 


18.00 


30 miles and over 20 


150 miles and over 140 . . 


19.00 


40 miles and over 30 


160 miles and over 150 


20.00 


50 miles and over 40 


180 miles and over 160 


21.00 


60 miles and over 50 


200 miles and over 180 


22.00 


70 miles and over 60 


220 miles and over 200 


23.00 


80 miles and over 70 


240 miles and over 220 


24.00 


90 miles and over 80 


260 miles and over 240 - 


25.00 


100 miles and over 90 


280 miles and over 260- - 


26.00 


110 miles and over 100 


300 miles and over 280 


27.00 


120 miles and over 110 











Applicable to railroads less than seventy-five miles in length, except Durham and South Caro- 
lina R. R. Co. (as to oak logs), Black Mountain Ry. Co., Madison County Ry., Watauga and Yadkin 
River Ry. Co., and Wilmington, Brunswick and Southern Ry. Co. (as to hardwood logs). 

Effective April 20, 1912. 

Circular No. 163. 

FREIGHT RATE ON COAL. 

From and after June 22, 1912, the freight rate on coal, per ton 2,000 pounds, 
car-load minimum 30,000 pounds, will be as follows: 



Distance 


Per Ton 


Distance 


Per Ton 




$ 0.35 
.50 
.55 
.60 
.65 
.70 
.75 
.80 
.85 
.90 
.90 
.90 
.95 
.95 
1.00 
1.05 
1.09 
1.09 
1.14 
1.14 
1.14 
1.17 
1.20 
1.23 


150 miles and over 140. . . ... 


$ 1.26 


10 miles and over 5 


160 miles and over 150 


1 29 




170 miles and over 160 . . 


1.32 


20 miles and over 15 


180 miles and over 170 


1 35 


25 miles and over 20 


190 miles and over 180 


1 38 


30 miles and over 25 


200 miles and over 190 


1 41 


35 miles and over 30 


210 miles and over 200 


1.44 


40 miles and over 35 


220 miles and over 210 


1 47 


45 miles and over 40 


230 miles and over 220 


1 50 


50 miles and over 45 


240 miles and over 230 


1.53 


55 miles and over 50 


250 miles and over 240 


1.56 




260 miles and over 250 


1.59 




270 miles and over 260 


1.62 




280 miles and over 270 


1.65 




290 miles and over 280 


1.68 




300 miles and over 290 


1.71 




310 miles and over 300 


1.74 




320 miles and over 310 


1.77 




330 miles and over 320. . 


1.80 


100 miles and over 95 


340 miles and over 330 


1 83 


110 miles and over 100 


350 miles and over 340 


1 86 


120 miles and over 110 


360 miles and over 350 


1.89 


130 miles and over 120 


370 miles and over 360 


1.92 


140 miles and over 130 . 


380 miles and over 370 


1.95 









Circular No. 127. 

Part 1—6 



82 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



FREIGHT RATE ON FIREWOOD. 

IN CARLOADS, RELEASED, LOADED AND UNLOADED BY SHIPPER, TEN 
CORDS MINIMUM. 



Distance 


Per Cord 


Distance 


Per Cord 


1 to 10 miles 


$ 0.50 
.55 
.60 
.70 
.80 
.90 


70 to 90 miles 


$ 1 00 


10 to 15 miles -.. . 


90 to 110 miles 


1.10 


15 to 30 miles 


110 to 130 miles 


1.20 


30 to 40 miles 


130 to 150 miles 


1.30 


40 to 50 miles-- 


150 to 170 miles . . 


1.40 


50 to 70 miles 











Circulars 152 and 176. 



FREIGHT RATE ON BRICK. 

CARLOAD LOTS, MINIMUM 10,000 BRICK. 



Distance 


Per 1,000 


Distance 


Per 1,000 




$ 0.65 
.90 
.95 
1.00 
1.05 
1.10 
1.15 
1.20 
1.25 
1.30 
1.35 
1.40 
1.45 
1.50 
1.55 


80 miles 


$ 1.60 


10 miles 


85 miles.. 


1.65 




90 miles 


1.70 


20 miles— - --_ 


95 miles 


1.75 


25 miles 


100 miles 


1.80 


30 miles 


120 miles 


1.95 


35 miles 


140 miles 


2.10 


40 miles 


160 miles 


2.25 


45 miles 


180 miles 


2.40 


50 miles .. . . . 


200 miles 


2.65 




220 miles 


2.80 


60 miles _ .-. ... . 


240 miles 


2.95 




260 miles 


3.10 


70 miles ... . .- . .. 


280 miles 


3.25 


75 miles 


300 miles 


3.40 









Repeals all special rates on brick. 
Circular No. 154. 



FREIGHT RATE ON WOOD FOR MANUFACTURE OF PULP, EXTRACT, OR ACIDS. 

f Applicable to and from all stations on Southern Railway lines in North Carolina.) 

The Corporation Commission has adopted maximum freight rate on wood 
for manufacture of pulp, extract, or acids, car-load minimum 10 cords, per 
cord of 128 cubic feet, as follows: 



Distance 


Per Cord 


Distance 


Per Cord 


60 miles and under 


$ 0.60 

.75 

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1.00 

1.10 


180 miles and over 160 


$ 1.25 


100 miles and over 60 


200 miles and over 180 


1.40 


120 miles and over 100 


220 miles and over 200 


1.55 




240 miles and over 220 


1.70 




260 miles and over 240 


1.85 









This the 29th day of October, 1910. 
Circular No. 143. 



COMMODITY FKEIGHT RATES 



83 



RATES ON CLAY GRAVEL (UNWASHED.) 

From and after October 22, 1913, rates on unwashed clay gravel will be as 
follows : 



Distance 


Per Ton 


Distance 


Per Ton 


10 miles..-. 


$ 0.25 
.30 
.35 
.40 
.45 
.49 
.53 
.57 
.61 
.65 
.70 
.75 


160 miles 


$ 0.80 


20 miles 


180 miles 


.85 


30 miles 


200 miles 


.90 


40 miles . . 


220 miles 


.93 


50 miles 


240 miles 


.96 


60 miles 


260 miles 


.99 


70 miles . . 


280 miles 


1.02 


80 miles 


300 miles 


1.05 


90 miles 


335 miles 


1.09 


100 miles 


350 miles 


1.13 


120 miles .. .. 


375 miles 


1.17 


140 miles 


400 miles 


1.20 









Applicable to all railroads. 
Circular No. 193. 

Car-load minimum, marked capacity of cars, except where cars are loaded 
to full visible capacity, in which case actual weight will be charged for. 

The rates named herein to be used exclusively in the building of public 
roads or highways in the State of North Carolina, in which the State, towns, 
or counties have an interest. 



84 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



GROUND LIMESTONE. 
CARLOAD MINIMUM WEIGHT 60,000 POUNDS. 



Distance 


Per Ton 


Distance 


Per Ton 


10 miles and under 


$ 0.40 

.45 

.55 

.60 

.65 

.75 

.80 

.85 

.95 

1.00 

1.05 

1.15 


170 miles .. 


$ 1.20 


20 miles 


190 miles... 


1.25 


30 miles 


210 miles 


1.35 


40 miles 


230 miles 


1.40 


50 miles 


260 miles 


1.45 


70 miles.- 


280 miles 


1.55 


80 miles 


320 miles 


1.60 


90 miles . ..... 


360 miles 


1.65 


110 miles .... ... 


370 miles 


1.75 


120 miles 


390 miles 


1.80 


140 miles 


400 miles 


1.85 


160 miles 











Applicable to Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 



GROUND LIMESTONE. 

CARLOAD MINIMUM WEIGHT 60,000 POUNDS. 



Distance 


Per Ton 


Distance 


Per Ton 


10 miles and under 


$ 0.33 
.47 
.53 
.60 
.67 
.73 
.80 
.87 
.93 
1.00 


140 miles. 


$ 1.07 


20 miles 


160 miles 


1.13 


30 miles 


170 miles 


1.20 


40 miles 


190 miles 


1.27 


50 miles 


210 miles 


1.33 


70 miles... 


230 miles 


1.40 


80 miles 


260 miles 


1.47 


90 miles 


280 miles 


1.53 


110 miles 


300 miles 


1.60 


120 miles .... 











Applicable to Norfolk Southern Railroad Co. 



COMMODITY FREIGHT RATES 



85 



GROUND LIMESTONE. 

CARLOAD MINIMUM WEIGHT 60,000 POUNDS. 



Distance 


Per Ton 


Distance 


Per Ton 


10 miles and under 


$ 0.33 
.47 
.53 
.60 
.67 
.73 
.80 
.87 
.93 
1.00 


140 miles 


$ 1.07 


20 miles 


160 miles 


1.13 


30 miles 


170 miles 


1.20 


40 miles 


190 miles 


1.27 


50 miles 


210 miles 


1.33 


70 miles 


230 miles 


1.40 


80 miles 


260 miles 


1.47 


90 miles 


280 miles 


1.53 


110 miles 


300 miles 


1.60 


120 miles— 











Applicable to Seaboard Air Line Railway Co. 



GROUND LIMESTONE. 

CARLOAD MINIMUM WEIGHT 60,000 POUNDS. 



Distance 


Per Ton 


Distance 


Per Ton 




$ 0.25 

.30 

.35 

.40 

.45 

.50 

.55 

.60 

.65 

.70 

.75 

.80 

.85 

.90 

.95 

1.00 

1.05 

1.10 

1.15 

1.20 

1.25 

1.30 

1.35 

1.40 

1.45 

1.50 

1.55 

1.60 


330 miles. 


$ 1.65 




340 miles- 


1.70 




350 miles 


1.75 


20 miles 


360 miles 


1.80 




370 miles 


1.85 


30 miles 


380 miles 


1.90 


35 miles 


390 miles 


1.95 


45 miles 


400 miles 


2.00 


50 miles 


410 miles 


2.05 


60 miles - 


420 miles 


2.10 


70 miles 


430 miles 


2.15 


80 miles .-. 


440 miles . . . 


2.20 


100 miles ..- 


450 miles 


2.25 


110 miles 


460 miles- 


2.30 


120 miles 


470 miles. 


2.35 


150 miles 


480 miles ... 


2.40 


170 miles 


490 miles 


2.45 


190 miles 


500 miles 


2.50 


210 miles 


510 miles 


2.55 


230 miles 


520 miles 


2 60 


250 miles 


530 miles 


2 65 


260 miles 


540 miles 


2.70 


270 miles 


550 miles 


2.75 


280 miles 


560 miles 


2.80 


290 miles ... 


570 miles 


2.85 


300 miles ...... ... ... 


580 miles 


2.90 


310 miles.- 


590 miles 


2.95 


320 miles.. 


600 miles 


3.00 









INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



GENERAL RULES. 

The rate tables hereinafter given in this report are subject to Southern 
Classification, except where lower ratings are or may be published by the 
North Carolina Corporation Commission. 

When one Railroad Company has two or more routes between given points, 
the rates shall be based on the shortest route. On joint hauls, the lines 
handling the traffic must base their rates upon the shortest practicable route 
having physical connection. 

For joint hauls over two or more independently controlled railroads under 
the management of companies operating 75 or more miles of railroads within 
this State, add the following to the straight mileage rates for the combined 
total distance (see note) : 

Per 100 Pounds. 
Class 1 2 3 4 5 6ABCD Other Classes and Commodities. 

5433222 222 iZ ' "" 

In the absence of an agreed basis of division between roads participating 
in a joint haul, locals shall be used as factors in dividing, after first deducting 
cost of transfer, if any, at interchange point. 

The minimum charge on small shipments shall be for actual weight at the 
tariff rate, but not less than 25 cents for a haul over one road, or 30 cents for 
a joint haul over two roads, or 40 cents for joint haul over three or more 
roads. 

Existing rates on commodities not mentioned in this Schedule are continued 
in effect. 

Class E Articles are here rated 5th Class; Class H Articles are here rated 
4th Class. 

Flour in barrels now rated Class F is here rated double C per barrel. 

Flour in half-barrels, same as Class C. 

Class M Articles are here rated two-thirds of Class A. 

Note. — For joint specific rates between Southern Railway stations, formerly 
Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley Railway, and Atlantic Coast Line stations, 
formerly Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley Railway, see page 126. 



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APPLICATION OF RATES 



Effective June 25, 1918, all rates then in effect are increased to the rates 
shown in column B in Table of Rates on pages 94 to 99, inclusive, hereof, 
except as otherwise provided in "Exceptions to Table of Rates" on pages 
100, 101 and 102 hereof. 

Exceptions. 

This supplement does not increase: 

Charges for terminal or transit services or facilities, switching (see Note 1 
below), weighing, demurrage, car service, transfer, diversion, reconsignment, 
refrigeration, icing, storage, elevation, or other special services. 

Note 1. — This exception does not apply to Intra-terminal, Inter-terminal or 
Cross-town transportation service not performed in connection with or as a 
part of a road haul transportation service. 

RULES. 
Rates in Cents (Except Cents Per Car^). 

1. Where rates named in tariffs or prior supplements thereto, as enumerated 
herein, in cents per hundred pounds, per package, per ton, per shipment, or 
other unit (except rates in cents per car — see Rule 6) are included in the 
figures shown in column A, the rates shown opposite thereto in column B 
will apply. 

Rates in Dollars Per Hundred Pounds. 

2. Where tariff or prior supplements thereto, as enumerated herein, name 
rates in dollars, or dollars and cents, per hundred pounds, use the equivalent 
in cents per hundred pounds and apply figures shown in column B opposite 
figures shown in column A. 

Rates in Dollars {except Per Hundred Pounds, Per Ton, or Per Car). 

3. Where tariff or prior supplements thereto, as enumerated herein, name 
rates in dollars, or dollars and cents, per unit (other than per hundred 
pounds, per ton, or per car — see Rules 2, 4, and 5, respectively), use the fig- 
ures in column A as expressing dollars and fractions thereof, and apply fig- 
ures shown in column B opposite figures shown in column A. 

Rates in Dollars Per Ton. 

4. Where tariff or prior supplements thereto, as enumerated herein, name 
rates in dollars, or dollars and cents, per net or gross ton, use the equivalent 
in cents per net or gross ton and apply rate in column B opposite such figure, 
subject to Rule 8 (&). 

Example: Where rate in tariff is $1.25, the epuivalent is 125 cents; 125 is 
included between 124.99 and 125.39 in Column A; the rate in Column B op- 
posite thereto is 156% cents, or $1.56%, and under Rule 8 (b) the rate to 
apply is $1.60 per ton. 



90 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

Rates in Dollars Per Car. 

5. (a) Where tariff or prior supplements thereto, as enumerated herein^ 
name rates in dollars or dollars and cents, per car, regardless of weight, use 
the figures in Column A as expressing dollars and cents, and apply figures 
shown in Column B opposite figures shown in Column A. 

Example: Where rate in tariff is $125.00 per car, the equivalent is 125; 125 
is included between 124.99 and 125.39 in column A; the rate in column B 
opposite thereto is 156 1^, or $156.50 per car, regardless of weight. 

(6) Where tariff or prior supplements thereto, as enumerated herein, name 
rates in dollars, or dollars and cents, per car of a specified weight and pro- 
vide that excess weight will be charged for in proportion, first determine the 
per car charge by the method shown in Rule 5 (a), and then determine the 
charge on the actual weight of the car by the following method: 

If a new rate of $38.00 applies per car of 20,000 pounds, the charge for a 
car of 26,000 pounds will be 1^^^^ of the rate for 20,000 pounds, thus $38.00 
^ |§ equals $49.40, and under Rule 8 (c) the charge for a car of 26,000 
pounds is $49.50. 

Rates in Cents Per Car. 

6. (a) Where tariff or prior supplements thereto, as enumerated herein, 
name rates in cents per car, regardless of weight, use the equivalent in dol- 
lars, or dollars and cents, taking the figures in column A as expressing dol- 
lars and cents, and apply figures shown in column B opposite figures shown 
in column A. 

Example: Where rate in tariff is 5140 cents per car, the equivalent is 
$51.40; 5140 is included between 51.39 and 51.79 in column A; the rate in 
column B opposite thereto is 64i/^ or $64.50 per car, regardless of weight. 

(&) Where tariff or prior supplements thereto, as enumerated herein, 
name rates in cents per car of a specified weight and provide that excess 
weight will be charged for in proportion, first determine the per car charge 
by the method shown in Rule 6 (a), and then determine the charge on the 
actual weight of the car by the following method: 

If a new rate of $64.50 applies per car of 20,000 pounds, the charge for a 
car of 26,000 pounds will be ffgg^ of the rate for 20,000 pounds, thus 
$64.50 y^ ^ equals $83.85, and under Rule 8 (c) the charge for a car of 
26,000 pounds is $84.00. 

Rule for Arriving at Rates Higher Than Shown in Rate Table. 

7. Where rates in tariff or prior supplements thereto, as enumerated herein, 
are higher than found in column A, such rates will be increased 25 per cent, 
except as otherwise provided in "Exceptions to Table of Rates" on pages 
100 and 102 hereof, observing the rules for the disposition of fractions shown 
in Rule 8, page 3, in obtaining the increased rates. 

Rules for Disposition of Fractions. 

In computing or applying increased rates, including rates increased by 
specific amounts under "Exceptions to Table of Rates" on pages 100 to 102 
hereof, fractions will be dsposed of as follows: 

(a) Rates per 100 pounds or per package: 

Fractions of less than 14, or .25, omit. 



APPLICATION OF RATES 91 

Fractions of 14, or .25, or greater, but less than %, or .75, state as one-half 
(1/^), or as fifty one-hundredths (.50). 
Fractions of %, or .75, or greater, increase to the next whole figure. 

(b) Rates per ton: 

Amounts of less than five (5) cents, drop the odd cents; thus — $1.13 when 
the odd cents are dropped will be $1.10 per ton. 

Amounts of five (5) cents or more, but less than ten (10) cents, convert to 
ten (10) cents; thus — $1.18 when the odd 8 cents are converted to 10 cents will 
be $1.20 per ton. 

(c) Rates per car: 

Amounts of less than twenty-five (26) cents, omit or drop; thus — $25.24 will 
be converted to $25.00 per car. 

Amounts of twenty-five (25) cents or more, but less than seventy-five (75) 
3ents, to be converted to fifty (50) cents; thus — $25.65 will be converted to 
$25.50 per car. 

Amounts of seventy-five (75) cents or more, but less than one (1) dollar, to 
be converted to one (1) dollar; thus — $25.75 will be converted to $26.00 per car. 

MINIMUM RATES AND CHARGES. 

Minimum Rates. 

No rates shall be applied on any traffic moving under class rates lower 
than the amounts in cents per 100 pounds for the respective classes as shown 
below for the several classifications. Any article, on which exceptions to any 
classification provides a different rating than as shown in the classification to 
which it is an exception, will be subject to the minimum as provided below for 
the class provided therefor in the classification proper (See Note 2, below). 
All articles included in Alabama, Georgia and Mississippi Classifications, 
Agent J. E. Kirk's I. C. C. Nos. 23, 25 and 26, and Virginia Classification, 
Agent J. E. Kirk's I. C. C. No. 1, will be subject to the minimum as provided 
below for the class provided for the same articles in the Southern Classifi- 
cation (proper). Agent J. E. Kirk's I. C. C. No. 22 (See Note 2, below). 

Note 2. — The lettered classes, other than A, B, C and D, provided in Excep- 
tions to Southern Classification, and in Alabama, Georgia, Virginia and Mis- 
sissippi Classifications, are commodity classes and the minimum class rates as 
provided below will not apply on commodities rated under said classes, when 
in carloads. 

Southern Classification. 

Classes 12 3456ABCD 

Rates 25 211/2 19 16 13 11 9 10 71/2 61/2 

Official Classification. 

Classes 12 3 4 5 6 

Rates 25 211/2 17 12 1/2 9 7 

Western Classification. 

Classes 123 45ABCDE 

Rates 25 21 I71/2 15 11 I21/2 9 71/2 614 5 



92 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

Minimum Charges. 

(a) The minimum charge for carload shipments shall be $15.00 per car 
(See Note 3, below). 

Note 3. — Will not apply on brick, cement, coal, coke, logs, wooden billets or 
blocks (round or split), wooden bolts or butts, mine props, sawdust, cord wood 
(including charcoal, excelsior, extract, fuel or pulp wood), sand, gravel, 
chert, slag, iron ore and stone (broken, crushed, ground or pulverized). 

(b) The minimum charge on less than carload shipments shall be as pro- 
vided in the classification or tariff governing, but in no case shall the charge 
on a single shipment be less than 50 cents. 

COMMODITY RATES NOT TO EXCEED CLASS RATES. 

In applying the increases provided for herein in commodity rates (except 
commodity rates on sugar, C. L.), the increased class rates (not including the 
commodity classes described in Rule 9, Note 2, above) applicable to like com- 
modity descriptions and minimum weights between the same points, are not to 
be exceeded. 



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N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

Exceptions to Table of Rates. 



1. The following rates are hereby increased in the manner and to the extent 
shown below: 

Note 4. — Where the rates to be increased on brick, cement, coal, coke, dolo- 
mite, lime, livestock, lumber, iron ore, plaster, sand, gravel, chert, slag, and 
stone, carloads, and on cotton in bales, are published as lettered commodity- 
classes other than A, B, C, and D, in exceptions to Southern Classification, or 
in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, and Virginia Classifications, the specific 
increases shown below will also apply. 

Note 5. — Where the rates (class or commodity) to be increased apply on 
grain, flour and other products of grain, including feed, animal or poultry, 
mixed or compounded, without anim^al products, in packages, any quantity, 
the minimum weight on shipments in carload quantities will be 30,000 pounds. 



COMMODITY. 

Brick: 

Carload commodity rates on 
brick, except enameled or 
glazed other than salt 
glazed). See Note 4. 

Cement : 

Carload commodity rates on 
cement See Note 4. 

Chert : 

Carload commodity rates on 
chert See Note 4. 



Increase 2 cents per 100 



Increase 2 cents per 100 lbs. 



Increase 1 cent per 100 lbs. 



Cotton : 

Commodity rates on cotton 
in bales See Note 4. 

Cotton Linters or Regins: 
Rates on cotton linters or 
regins. 



Coal: 

Carload commodity rates on 
coal See Note 4. 



Coke: 

Carload commodity rates on 
coke See Note 4. 



Dolomite : 

Carload commodity rates on 
dolomite See Note 4. 

Grain and products of grain, 
including feed, animal or 
poultry, mixed or com- 
pounded, without animal 
products, rated classes C 
and D in Southern Classi- 
fication No. 43, Agent J. E. 
Kirk's I. C. C. No. 22, 
Supplements thereto or re- 
issues thereof: 

Rates (class or commodity) on 
wheat in carload quantities, 
whether published as car- 
load rates or any quantity 
rates See Note 5. 



Where the rate to be 
increased is in cents per 
ton. 

to 34 

35 to 84 

85 to 184 

185 to 284 

I 285 or higher 

[ to 34 

35 to 84 

85 to 184 

I 185 to 284 

285 or higher 



Where the rate to be 
increased is 24 cents or 
less per 100 lbs. 

Where the rate to be 
increased exceeds 24 cents 
per 100 lbs. 



Increase 15 cents per 100 11 
Apply increased cotton rates. 



Increase 
Increase 
Increase 
Increase 
Increase 
Increase 
Increase 
Increase 
Increase 
Increase 



30c per ton 
35c per ton 
45c per ton 
55c per ton 
65c per ton 
30c per ton 
40c per ton 
55c per ton 
75c per ton 
90c per ton 



2,000 lbs. 
2,000 lbs: 
2,000 lbs. 
2,000 lbs. 
2,000 lbs. 
2,000 lbs. 
2,000 lbs. 
2,000 lbs. 
2,000 lbs. 
2,000 lbs. 



Increase 1 cent per 100 lbs. 



Apply figures shown in col- 
umn B, page 94. 
Increase 6 cents per 100 lbs. 



TABLE OF RATES 



101 



COMMODITY. 

Rates (class or commodity) on 
grain (other than wheat) in 
carload quantities, whether 
published as carload rates or 
anv quantity rates (See 
Note 5, page 100). 



Rates (class or commodity) on 
flour in carload quantities, 
whether published as car- 
load rates or any quantity 
rates (See Note 5, page 
100). 



Rates (class or commodity) on 
products of grain (other 
than flour, including feed, 
animal or poultry, mixed or 
compounded, without ani- 
mal products, in carload 
quantities, whether published 
as carload rates or any 
quantity rates (See Note 5, 
page 100). 

Lime: 

Carload commodity rates on 
lime (See Note 4, page 
100). 



Live Stock: 

Carload commodity rates 
(See Note 4, page 100). 



"Where the rate to be 
increased is 24 cents or 
less per 100 lbs. 



Where the rate to be 
increased exceeds 2 4 
cents per 100 lbs. 



Where the rate to be 
increased is 24 cents or 
less per 100 lbs. 



Where the rate to be 
increased exceeds 24 
cents per 100 lbs. 



(a) Where the rate to 
be increased is 28 cents 
or less per 100 lbs. 

(b) Where the rate to 
be increased exceeds 28 
cents per hundred lbs. 

(c) Where the rate to 
be increased is $60.00 
(6,.000 cents) or less per 
car. 



(d) Where the rate to 
be increased exceeds 
$60.00 (6,000 cents) per 
car. 



Lumber : 

Carload commodity rates on 
lumber and articles tak- 
ing same rates or arbitra- 
ries over lumber rates ; 
also other forest products;, 
rates on which are not 
higher than on lumber 
(See Note 4, page 100, 
and Note 6, below). 



Where the rate to be 
increased is 20 cents or 
less per 100 lbs. 

Where the rate to be 
increased exceeds 20 
cents per 100 lbs. 



Apply increased wheat rates. 



Apply figures shown in col- 
umn B, page 4, except that 
the increased rates not to be 
less than the increased rates on 
wheat. 

Increase 6 cents per 100 
pounds, except that the in- 
creased rates not to be less 
than the increased rates on 
wheat. 

Apply figures shown in col- 
umn B, page 4, except that 
the increased rates not to be 
less than the increased rates 
on wheat. 

Increase 6 cents per 100 
pounds, except that the in- 
creased rates not to be less 
than the increased rates on 
wheat. 



Increase IVz cents per 100 lbs. 



Apply figures shown in col- 
umn B, page 94. 



Increase 7 cents per 100 lbs. 



Apply figures shown in col- 
umn B, page 95. 



When in cars of 36 ft., 6 in. 
or less in length, increase 
$15.00 per car. 

When in cars of 38 ft., 6 in. 
and over 36 ft., 6 in. in length, 
increase $15.75 per car, but 
not to exceed rates shown in 
column B, page 95. 

When in cars of 40 ft., 6 in. 
and over 38 ft., 6 in. in length, 
increase $16.50 per car, but 
not to exceed rates shown in 
column B, page 94. 



Apply figures shown in col- 
umn B, page 94. 

Increase 5 cents per 100 lbs. 



Note 6. — The above applies to all rates on all articles covered by commodity 
lumber tariffs. It also applies to rates on the following wooden articles in 
carloads, where commodity rates thereon are published in other tariffs: 



Agricultural implement material, in the 

rough. 
Bark, tan. 



Barrel material, viz. : Staves, heading and 

hoops. 
Billets or blocks, round or split. 



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Blocks, paving, creosoted or not creosoted. 
Bolts or butts, viz. : Heading, shingle or 

stave. 
Box material. 
Crate material. 
Laths. 
Logs. 

Lumber, rough or dressed. 
Mine Props. 



Mine Rollers. 

Piles or piling. 

Poles, telegraph and telephone. 

Shingles. 

Spokes, club turned. 

Ties, cross. 

Timber, N. O. S. 

Vehicle material, in the rough. 



Ore, iron : 

Carload commodity rates on 
iron ore (See Note 4, page 
100). 

Plaster: 

Carload commodity rates on 
plaster, including cement 
plaster (See Note 4, page 
100). 

Sand and Gravel : 

Carload commodity rates on 
sand and gravel (See 
Note 4, page 100). 

Slag: 

Carload commodity rates on 
slag (See Note 4, page 
100). 



Increase 30 cents per ton 
2,000 lbs. 



Increase 2 cents per 100 



Increase 1 cent per 100 lbs. 



Increase 1 cent per 100 lbs. 



Stone : 

Carload commodity rates on 
stone (including marble 
and granite), artificial , 
and natural, building and 
monumental, except carved, 
lettered, polished or traced 
(See Note 4, page 100). 

Carload commodity rates on 
stone, broken, crushed, 
ground or pulverized (See 
Note 4, page 100). 



Increase 2 cents per 100 lbs. 



Increase 1 cent per 100 lbs. 



NORTH CAROLINA EXCEPTION SHEET NO. 2 



TO SOUTHERN CLASSIFICATION 

Supersedes North Carolina Exception Sheet No. 1. 

Applies to Freight Traffic Between Points Within the State of North 

Carolina. Applicable to all Transportation Companies. 

Subject to Change on Legal Notice. 

Issued April 25, 1917. Effective May 10, 1917. 

GENERAL RULES. 

The reduced rates specified in this Exception Sheet will apply orly on prop- 
lerty shipped subject to the conditions of the carrier's bill of lading, shipper's 
attention being called thereto. 

Property carried not subject to the conditions of the carrier's bill of lading 
will be at the carrier's liability, limited only as provided by common law and 
by the laws of North Carolina, in so far as they apply. Property thus carried 
will be charged ten (10) per cent higher (subject to minimum increase of one 
(1) cent per hundred pounds) than if shipped subject to the conditions of 
the carrier's bill of lading. 

Minimum Carload Weight. — Unless otherwise specified herein, the minimum 
carload weight of all articles shown herein will be 20,000 pounds, or ten tons. 

A carload of articles enumerated in Class P, except lumber and articles tak- 
ing lumber rates, is 25,000 pounds; a carload of lumber and articles taking 
lumber rates under Class P is 24,000 pounds. 

Where a carload minimum weight is specified in the Southern Classification 
or these exceptions, such minimum weight will apply, regardless of the 
length of the car used. 

Minimum Charge. — The minimum charge on small shipments shall be for 
actual weight at the tariff rate, but not less than 25 cents for a haul over one 
road, or 30 cents for a joint haul over two roads, or 40 cents for joint haul 
over three or more roads. 

Estimated weights to be used when actual weights cannot be ascertained. 

Per 1,000 feet 

Short-leaf rough pine lumber, seasoned 3,300 lbs. 

Rough spruce lumber, seasoned 2,600 lbs. 

Rough spruce lumber, green 3,000 lbs. 

Weight. 
Hoop poles, staves and headings, dry, car loaded to depth of 50 

inches, per car 24,000 lbs. 

Hoop poles, staves, and headings, green, car loaded to depth of 

43 inches, per car 24,000 lbs. 

Shingles, green, per 1,000 350 lbs. 

Shingles, dry, per 1,000 300 lbs. 

Laths, green, per 1,000 530 lbs. 

Laths, dry, per 1,000 450 lbs. 



104 2Sr. C. CORPOKATION COMMISSION 

Weight. 

Fence posts and rails and telegraph poles, per cord 2,500 ids. 

Lime, per bushel 80 lbs. 

Coal, per bushel 80 lbs. 

Coke, per bushel 40 lbs. 

Portland cement, per barrel 400 lbs. 

Other cements, per barrel 300 lbs. 

Extra Handling. — The charge for handling extra heavy articles may be as 
follows: 

Under 2,000 lbs., no charge for extra handling. 

For 2,000 lbs. and under 3,000 lbs $ 3.00 for extra handling. 

For 3,000 lbs. and under 4,000 lbs 5.00 for extra handling. 

For 4,000 lbs. and under 5,000 lbs 7.00 for extra handling. 

For 5,000 lbs. and under 6,000 lbs 8.00 for extra handling. 

For 6,000 lbs. and under 7,000 lbs 10.00 for extra handling. 

For 7,000 lbs. and over, in proportion. 

Allowance for Weight of Standards, Strips, and Supports on Flat Cars 
Loaded With Lumber. 

Allowance for weight of standards, strips, and supports on flat cars loaded 
with lumber shall be as follows: 

(a) Allowance of 500 lbs. per car will be made for weight of standards, 
strips, and supports on carload shipments of lumber loaded on flat or go?idola 
ca7's, but in no case must less than the minimum carload weight specified in 
tariffs be charged for on each car. 

(J)) In computing freight charges under this rule agents will deduct 500 
lbs. from the gross weight of each carload; then subtract the tare weight 
(the weight of car), and extend freight charges on basis of remainder, which 
is the net weight, subject to the minimum ca7'load weight specified in tariffs. 

Rule to Prevent Overloading of Cars With Forest Products. 

Cars containing lumber and articles taking lumber rates may be loaded in 
excess of the marked capacity to the extent of ten per cent of the said marked 
capacity, and cars so loaded will be charged for at the regular carload rating, 
but if the weight in excess of marked capacity of car exceeds ten per cent of 
said marked capacity the transportation company may decline to accept same 
for transportation until the load has been lightened to conform to the rule as 
above. 

In order to arrive at weights, it will be the duty of shippers to furnish 
transportation companies information as to the contents of cars, the quantity, 
l<ind, dimension, and condition (whether green or dry), so that an estimate 
can be made by use of the classification giving estimated weights. 

This rule applies only at points where scale weights are unobtainable. 

Reduced Rates on Returned Shipments. 

Shipments of freight moving between points in North Carolina, except arti- 
cles classified First Class or higher, which are not delivered at destination 
shall be returned between points in this State at one-half of the rate applying 



NORTH CAROLINA EXCEPTION SHEET NO. 2 105 

to the reverse direction, provided that the full amount of freight charges in 
both directions shall have been paid or guaranteed by owners, and provided 
further that such return is made within ninety days of arrival at destination. 
Billing for return" shipment must show proper reference to the original billing. 
The foregoing shall not apply on machinery, agricultural implements or other 
articles returned for repairs: Provided, however, that the above rule shall 
not operate to reduce the minimum charge on single shipments. 

Estimated Weights on Live Stock, L. C. L. 

Weight each. 

One horse, mule, or horned animal 2,000 lbs. 

Two horses, mules, or horned animals 3,500 lbs. 

Each additional horse, mule, or horned animal 1.000 lbs. 

Stallions, jacks, and bulls 3.000 lbs. 

Yearling cattle 1,000 lbs. 

Calves, sheep and goats 175 lbs. 

Calves and sheep, in lots of five or more, crated, actual weight, 

but not less than 150 lbs. 

Lambs and kids, crated, actual weight, but not less than 100 lbs. 

Lambs, in lots of five or more, crated, actual weight, but not less 

than 75 lbs. 

Hogs, for market, crated, actual weight, but not less than 350 lbs. 

Pigs and stock hogs, crated, actual weight, but not less than. . . . 125 lbs. 

Pigs, hogs, sheep, crated, actual weight, but not less than Actual weight 

Donkeys, colts, and ponies, crated, each, actual weight, but not 

less than 1,000 lbs. 

Race horses, stallions, jacks, bulls and other high-priced animals, when 
shippers are not willing to have the same transported at valuations as per 
classification, will be taken only at the following rates on valuation given: 

Value from $150 to $400, add to regular rate 30 per cent. 
Value from $400 to $600, add to regular rate 40 per cent. 
Value from $600 to $800, add to regular rate 60 per cent. 
Value from $800 to $1,000 add to regular rate 100 per cent. 
Over $1,000, subject to special rate by contract. 

Sucking calves accompaKying cows v/ill be charged for at rate for single 
calves. 

Sucking colts accompanying mares will be charged for at double the rate 
for single calves. 

The word "calves" used in these rules and regulations applies only to calves 
under twelve months old; and the words "yearling cattle" to cattle over twelve 
months and under eighteen months old. 

One, two, or three cars of live stock will entitle the owner or his agent to 
be carried free to point of destination of consignment on the train with the 
stock to care for the same; four to seven cars, inclusive, belonging to one 
owner, two men in charge, and eight cars or more belonging to one owner, 
three men in charge, which is the maximum number of attendants that will 
be carried free for one shipment. 

Return transportation not given to owners, agents, or attendants. 



106 



ISr. C. CORPOKATION COMMISSION 



Rates named in tariffs applying between points in North Carolina are 
governed by the Southern Classification, with the exceptions contained herein. 

Explanation of Characters. 



1 stands for First Class. 

2 stands for Second Class. 

3 stands for Third Class. 

4 stands for Fourth Class. 

5 stands for Fifth Class. 

6 stands for Sixth Class. 

1% stands for 1% Times First Class. 
D 1 stands for Double First Class. 

3 T 1 stands for Three Times First Class. 

4 T 1 stands for Four Times First Class. 



S stands for Special. 

S. U. stands for Set Up. 

L. C. L. stands for Less Than Car-load. 

C. L. stands for Car-load. 

N. O. S. stands for Not Otherwise Specified. 

K. D. stands for Knocked Down. 

O. R. B. stands for Owner's Risk of Breakage. 

O. R. L. stands for Owner's Risk of Leakage. 

O R. C stands for Owner's Risk of Chafing 



A, B, C, D, E, F, H, J, K, L, M, N, O, and P stand for Classes A, B, C, D, E, F, H, J, K, L, 

M, N, O, and P, respectively. 



A CZass if 

Released 
Acid Phosphate and Dissolved Bone; 

same as Fertilizer. 
Acids (see Rule 39, So. Classificn.), viz.: 
Acetic, glacial or liquid, in carboys, 

L. C. L -- 2 

Carbolic, in glass or earthenware, 

packed 3 

Carbonic, in iron drums, C. L 6 

Agricultural Implements, C. L., owners 
to load and unload, viz.: 

Beams, Plow, in bdls A 

Handles, Plow, boxed, crated, or in bdls P 
Elevators, for cotton, manufactured of 

iron and wood, K. D 4 

Agricultural Implements, L. C. L.; 
Cotton Choppers; same as Cultivators. 

Cultivators, K. D., packed 4 

Diggers, potato; same as Plows, N.O.S. 

Drills (two-horse), grain, S. U 1 

Forks, hay and manure, in bundles ... 3 
Harrows, of all kinds, and Harrow 

Frames 4 

Harvesters and Pickers, cotton... 1 

Machines, smut 3 

Manure Spreaders, S. U 1 

Mills, Sorghum ..-. 4 

Mowing and Reaping Machines, Bind- 
ers and Harvesters, whether com- 
bined or separated, S. U... 1 

Planters, potato; same as Plows. 
Plow Handles, boxed, crated, or in 

bundles A 

Plow Beams, in bundles A 

Plow Parts, iron; see Iron and Steel 
Articles. 

Plow Singletrees 5 

Plows, gang and sulky, K. D 4 

Plows, N. O. S., set up 2 

Same, K. D 4 

Presses, cider 4 

Presses, hay and cotton, K. D 4 

Rakes, hand, in bundles. 3 

Rakes, horse, S. U 1 

Same, K. D., packed 3 

Scythes, in bundles 2 

Tedders, horse; same as Rakes, horse. 
Wheels, agricultural implement, iron .. 5 
Wood, in shape for implement:?, N. O. 

S., boxed, crated, or in bundles 4 

Alcohol, wood, in wood 4 

Ale, Beer, Porter, and Coca-Cola Pack- 
ages, empty, returned, will take 
same rate in any quantity as ap- 
plies on Coca-Cola, car-load, in 
the same class of package in the 
reverse direction. The rate not to 
be higher in any case than on new 
packages. 
Alum, lump or ground, in barrels or 

casks -- 6 

Alum, N. O. S 4 



Class if 
Released 
Aluminum Alloy Metal, in boxes or 

crates, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L : 5 

Aluminum, chloride of (liquid), in barrels 

or carboys, C. L ._ 5 

Ammonia, viz.: 

Aqua, in glass, packed 4 

Aqua, in iron casks 5 

Antimony, metal 4 

Apples; see Fruit. 

Argol, in boxes, barrels, or casks 4 

Arsenic, crude, in kegs, boxes, or barrels.. 3 
Asbestos Products, viz.: 

Fire Felt Pipe Covering, in sections or 

sheets, boxed or crated, L. C. L 5 

Fire Felt Pipe Covering, C. L 6 

Mill Board; same as Packing. 

Molded Sectional Covering Pipe, in 

crates or boxes, L. C. L. 5 

Same, C. L 6 

Packing, mpe, in reels, rolls, or cases, 

L. C". L 4 

Same, C. L 5 

Roof Coating, in kegs, kits, or barrels, 
value limited to 20 cents per gallon, 

L. C. L 5 

Same, C. L 6 

Roofing, in rolls, crated or in cases, 

any quantity N. O. S., L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 5 

Ashes, cotton seed; same as Fertilizer. 
Ashes, tan-bark; same as Fertilizer. 
Asphaltum, packed, C. L A 

B 

Backbands, made of cotton webbing; see 

Dry Goods. 
Bags, viz.: 

Burlap or gunny 6 

Cotton 5 

Paper 6 

, second-hand, empty, returned, 
cement, clay, grain, fertilizer, 
plaster, and cotton-seed meal, 
made of cotton, burlap, gunny, or 

jute, in bundles A 

Bananas; see Fruit. 
Bark, viz.: 

Ground, in bags A 

Tan, packed, L. C. L., 20 per cent higher 

than Class K. 
Tan, C. L., minimum when cars of 36 
feet in length or over are used, 
24,000 lbs.; cars under 36 feet in 
length, 20,000 lbs.; same as Lumber, 
common. 

Bark Extract, for tanning only, C. L 6 

Barns, tobacco, material, wooden, L. C. 

L : A 

Same, C. L O 



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107 



Class if 
Released 
Barrel Material (cooperage stock), lum- 
ber rates. 
Barrels, half-barrels, and kegs, empty, 
viz. : 
Water, molasses, oil, turpentine, tar, 
and vinegar, kraut, pickle, coca- 
cola, cider, lard, and whiskey, 
estimated weight 75 lbs. each, L. C. 

L 5 

Ale and Beer; estimated weights; barrels, 
100 lbs.; half-barrels, 50 lbs.; kegs 
and quarter-barrels, 30 lbs.; eighth- 
barrels, 20 lbs E 

N. O. S., C. L., min. wt. 10,000 lbs 6 

Barrels, empty, returned, viz.: 
Bark Extract, returned over same route 
as forwarded filled, prepaid, L. C. 

L 4 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 10,000 lbs 6 

Barrels or Tierces, lard, returned by 
same route as forwarded filled, 

L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 10,000 lbs 6 

Baskets, viz.: 

Cotton, folding (wooden rim with bur- 
lap body), viz.: 

Set up, nested, L. C. L 1 

K. D.. packed or in bundles, L. C. L.- 5 
Set up or K. D., packed or in bundles, 

C. L 6 

Tobacco, wood splint, without tops or 
handles, nested, in bundles of not 

less than three baskets, L. C. L 2 

Batting, cotton, viz.: 
Pressed in bales or packed and covered. 4 

N. O. S..- 2 

Beans, viz.: 

Castor, dry, in barrels or sacks 5 

N. O. S.. dried, in barrels and sacks 5 

Velvet or Soja; same as Cow Peas. 

Bee-hives, K. D., crated 6 

Belting, viz.: 

■ Cotton, in rolls or boxed or crated 4 

Rubber .. 3 

Blacking, harness, shoe, and stove, in 

glass, packed 3 

Blacking, harness, shoe, and stove, except 

in glass, packed 4 

Blinds, Doors, and Frames, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs 6 

Blocks, viz.: 

Butchers, wooden 5 

Concrete Buildine, L. C. L K 

Same. C. L 1 P 

Bluestone or Blue Vitriol, N. O. S., in 

barrels or casks 5 

Boats, viz.: 

Common, wooden, L. C. L D 1 

Common, wooden, when flat cars are 

required, C. L 5 

Row, when flat car is required, min. wt. 

10,000 lbs ----- 2 

Row, when two flat cars are required, 

min. wt. 10.000 lbs. to each car 2 

Row, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs 3 

Steam Yachts, min. wt. 10,000 lbs 2 

Entirely taken apart and K. D. flat, 

crated or boxed, L. C. L 1 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 16.000 lbs 3 

Bobbin or Spool Heads, in sacks or 
packed in boxes 2 feet by 2 feet by 4 

feet A 

Bobbins or Spools, complete, packed 5 

Boiler Compounds 4 

Bones, Rags, and Scrap Iron, mixed C. L., 

20000 lbs. minimum A 

Bowling Alleys, in bundles, crates, or 

boxes, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 6 



Class if 
Released 
Box Material or Shooks, wooden, for the 
manufacture of packing cases or 
crates (not including cigar box 
material); same as Common Lum- 
ber. 
Boxes, empty, viz.: 
Packing cases or crates returned which 
were originally filled with paper 
boxes for knitting factory products, 

L. C. L -... 4 

Paper nested (two or more), packed in 

wooden boxes or crates, L. C. L 2 

Paper, not nested, packed, L. C. L. ... 1J4 
Paper, folding, K. D., packed, L. C. L.. 3 
Paper, packed, C. L., min. wt. 8,000 lbs. 4 

Refrigerator Boxes, L. C. L 4 

Brass, viz.: 

Scrap, packed -. 5 

Brick, to be charged for at actual weight, 
viz.: 

Bath . 5 

Common, in barrels, boxes or crates, 
with or without tops, less car-load 
(see Note), 20 per cent higher than 
car-load. 
Note. — Shipments of common brick 
will be accepted loose, owners to 
load and unload, only when in 
quantities of 20,000 pounds or over: 
Provided, that shipments may be 
accepted in quantities of less than 
20,000 pounds and charged for at 
weight of 20.000 pounds. 

Fire and Vitrified, C. L O 

Brick, hollow, and Tile, building and 
roofing, in straight or mixed C. L., 

min. wt. 30,000 lbs K 

Brimstone (sulphur), same as Fertilizer 
when for use as fertilizer. 

In barrels, L. C. L 5 

Broomcorn, compressed, L. C. L 3 

Broomcorn, C. L., min. wt. 12,000 lbs 5 

Broomcorn and Broom Handles, mixed 

C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs 6 

Building Material, wooden, consisting 
of Lumber, rough or dressed. 
Laths, Shingles, Window and 
Door Frames, Sash (glazed or not 
glazed), Doors (glazed or not 
glazed), Blinds (glazed or not 
glazed). Carpenter's Mouldings, 
Balusters, Baseboards, Casings, 
Porch Columns, Newels. Stairwork 
or Wainscoting, mixed C. L., min. 

wt. 20,000 lbs. (see Note) O^ 

Note. — The above classification will 
not apply on straight or mixed 
car-loads of sash, doors, and blinds 
only. 

Bulbs, flower, L. C. L 2 

Same, C. L 4 

Burlaps (not burlap bags, for which see 

Bags) 6 

Butter (in common or refrigerator cars), 
viz.: 

In cans, boxed or crated- 3 

In cans, N. O. S 2 

In kegs, firkins, buckets, pails, and tubs 3 
Butterine and Oleomargarine; same as 
Butter. 



Cabinets, cracker, K. D. flat, C. L 4 

Same, N.O. S., S.U., crated or boxed, 
C. L 2 

Canned Beef and Pwk; see Meats. 
Canned Goods (not including Condensed 

Milk), N. O. S., L. C. L 4 

I Same, C. L 5. 



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Class if 
Released 
Cans, empty, viz.: 

Fruit, entirely boxed or crated, L. C. L. 3 
Lard, entirely boxed or crated, L. C. L. 3 
Meat, tin (used for packing meats), 

when returned 4 

Roving, leatheroid, fiber, paper, or tin, 
for cotton or woolen mills, in 
straight C. L., or with mixed C. L. 
of cotton or woolen mill machin- 
ery, min. wt. 20,000 lbs 6 

Carpeting, viz.: 
Wood, unfinished, in bundles, 36 inches 

long or under, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 6 

Wood, N. O. S., in boxes or crates, L. 

C L 3 

Wood', N."a s.Vc.'l.'"////."""/.""."]"^! 5 

Cartridges, metallic or paper (not high 

explosives), boxed, C. L 5 

Casings; Lumber rates. 
Ceiling, wooden; Lumber rates. 

Cellulose, in boxes or sacks, L. C. L 1 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs 4 

Cement, viz.: 

N. O. S., in barrels or sacks, L. C. L., 20 

per cent higher than C. L. rate. 
Cement, in bags, actual weight; in 
barrels, estimated weight: Port- 
land, 400 lbs.; N. O. S., 300 lbs.; per 
barrel, car-loads, 40,000 pounds 

minimum K 

Cement, in bags or barrels, and Lime, 
in barrels, mixed, C. L., min. wt. 
40.000 lbs.; same as Cement, C. L. 
(Amended Jan. 5, 1918). 
Plaster; same as Cement. 
Roofing; see Roofing. 
Charcoal, viz.: 

Charcoal, C. L., min. wt. 24,000 lbs L 

In sacks, barrels or casks, L. C. L A 

Cheese (in common or refrigerator cars).. 4 
Chocolate, value limited to 20 cents per lb. 3 

Churns, C. L., min. wt. 12,000 lbs 6 

Chutes and Tipples, coal, K. D., manu- 
factured of iron and wood, L. C. L. 5 

Same, C. L 6 

Cigarettes, viz.: 
In wooden boxes, strapoed or with end 

rabbetted 2 

In fiberboard or strawboard packages 
(as described in Rule 9, Southern 
Classification), with all flaps firmly 
glued and further sealed with paper 
sealing-strip covering the box 
where the outer flaps meet, or when 
secured as provided for in Note 1, 
page 86, Southern Classification 

No. 43 or reissues.- 2 

In boxes, N. O. S IH 

Cigars, boxed and strapped, corded 
and sealed, with cording passing 
through each and every board and 
over each and every seam, in boxes 1 

Cinders, Coal, C. L P 

Clay, viz.: 

Burnishing, packed 5 

Fire, L. C. L., packed K 

Same, C. L P 

N. O. S., in boxes, barrels, casks, or 

sacks, L. C. L 6 

N. O. S., C. L., same as Brick, fire, C. L. 
Clothes Props, boxed or crated, L. C. L. 4 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 12,000 lbs. 6 

Coal and Coke, in boxes, barrels, casks, 

or sacks, L. C. L K 

Coal Tar, in barrels, L. C. L. A 

Coal Tar, C. L K 

Coffee, green, double sacks 6 



Class if 
Released 
Coffin Stock, wooden, K. D., manu 
factured of pine, poplar, or other 
common woods, dressed, but not 
further finished, in crates or bun- 
dles, L. C. L 6 

Same, C. L A 

Coke; apply Coal rates. 
Confectionery, viz.: 
Candy, value limited to 20 cents per 
pound, and so expressed in bill of 

lading 4 

Candy, valued limited to 6 cents per 
pound, and so expressed in bill of 

lading 5 

Cooperage Stock; Lumber Rates. 

Copper, scrap, packed 5 

Copper, sulphate of; same as Blue Stone. 

Copperas, in barrels or casks 6 

Cornices and Ornamental Work for 
Buildings, made of sheet or stamped 
metal, plain, galvanized or painted, 
viz.: 

Box or crated, L. C. L. 1 

Boxed or crated or loose, C. L., min. 

wt. 10,000 lbs. 2 

Corundum, crude, in casks, barrels, or 

sacks, value limited to 4 cents per 

pound, C. L.; same as Iron, special. 

Cotton, viz.: 

Cotton, in the boll, in bags or in bulk, 

C. L. min. wt. 20,000 lbs. Dec. 22. '17 6 

Same, in bags, L. C. L 3 

Unginned, packed in bags, 2,000 lbs. 

and over, L. C. L 5 

N. O. S., in bales; see Special rates. 
Cotton Factory Products Samples, in 

boxes or tablets 2 

Cotton Goods. See Dry Goods. 

Cotton-seed Hulls and Meal, mixed, or 

in mixed car-loads, or in less than 

car-loads; same as Cotton-seed 

Meal. 

Cotton-seed Hulls, Meal, Ashes, and Oil 

Cake; see Fertilizers. 
Cotton Sweepings, Motes or Card Strip- 
pings in bales (refuse of cotton 
spinning factories, knitting mills, 

or cotton-seed oil mills) A 

Covers, viz.: 
Bottle, paper, straw, or wooden, packed 

or pressed in bales, L. C. L 3 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 12,000 lbs 6 

Crackers, L. C. L 4 

Crackers. C. L., min. wt. 15,000 lbs 5 

Cracker Meal and Dust ; same as Crackers. 

Creameries, packed or wrapped 3 

Cream Tartar, in boxes or kegs 2 

Cream Tartar, in barrels or hogsheads... 3 
Cross-arms, wooden; same as Lumber. 
Cross-ties; Lumber rates. 



Decoy Ducks, wooden, in crates or cases. 3 
Same, canvas 1 

Dental Goods, L. C. L 1 

Same, C. L 3 

Dextrine, in barrels. L. C. L 4 

Dressing, belt, in wood or in cans, boxed. 4 

Dry Goods, viz.: 
Cotton Factory Products, in the orig- 
inal piece, made wholly of cotton, 
in bales, O. R. of chafing, or packed 
in rolls covered with burlap, or in 
boxes, viz.: Backbands made of 
cotton webbing. Calicoes, Cam- 
brics, glazed; Canton Flannels, 
plain or dyed; Canvas, Cottonades, 
Checks, domestic; Cheviots, do- 
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Class if 
Dry Goods — Continued. Released 

ging (including brown cotton bag- 
ging), Cotton Towels, Cotton 
Waste, Crash, linen or cotton; 
Denims, Drills, Duck, Ginghams, 
domestic; Jeans; Jeans, corset; 
Kerseys, Osnaburgs, Plaids, Rope, 
Sack Material, Sheetings, bleached 
or brown; Shirting, Silesia, Stripes, 
domestic; Teazle Cloth, Tickings, 
Twine, Warp, Webbing, backband; 

Wicking 5 

Same, unless conditions above named 
are complied with; same as Dry 
Goods, N. O. S. 
Yarn, Cotton, on beams, wrapped, 
owner's risk of damage to beam 
heads, and so stated in bill of 

lading 5 

Yarn, Cotton, in bales or boxes or on 
beams wrapped and in boxes or 

crates 5 

Felts, cotton (not batting), in bales 5 

Hosiery, cotton 5 

Jute Canvas, when specific name of 
article and name of shipper are 
plainly marked on outside of pack- 
age, and stated in shipping receipt 
or bill of lading, in bales, O. R. C, 
or in boxes 5 

E 

Embalming Fluid, in glass or jugs, 

packed 1 

Same, in barrels or kegs 4 

Envelopes, packed 2 

Excelsior, pressed in bales, C. L., min. 
wt. 20,000 lbs.; Class O plus 10 per 
cent. 

F 

Fertilizer Material, viz.: 

Ammonia, sulphate of; Blood, dried; 
Bones; Castor Pomace, in bags; 
Potash, muriate of; Potash, sul- 
phate of; Fish Scrap; Slate, rotten; 
Soda, nitrate of; Sylvinit; Hoof 
Meal, in bags or in bulk; Manure, 
bat, bird, or sheep; Manure Salts, 
in bags or in bulk; Tankage; Acid 
Phosphate, in bulk; Kainit, in bulk; 
Hardsaltz, in bulk; min. C. L. 25 
tons or 50,000 lbs.; 10 per cent less 
per ton than the rate on Fertilizer. 
Same, L. C. L.; Fertilizer rates. 
Fertilizer, C. L., min. wt. 24,000 lbs.: 

Fertilizers. — This term embraces the 
following and like articles: Am- 
monia sulphate, bone black, bones, 
ground or dissolved ; castor pomace, 
or fish scrap, guanos, altovella, fish, 
Navassa, Navassa lump, Peruvian 
soluble Pacific, nitrate cake, plaster 
of Paris; potash, German salts of, 
muriate of, sulphate of; salt, cake, 
lump, and ground phosphate; soda, 
nitrate of and sulphate of; tank 
stuff. For additional articles tak- 
ing Fertilizer rates, see Southern 
Classification. 
FertiHzers, L. C. L., packed, 20 per cent 
higher than car-load. 

Fiber, viz.: 

Palmetto, pressed in bales, L. C. L 6 

Plastering, hair or wood, pressed in 
bales or in bags compressed in 
bundles, C. L . 6 

L. C. L., 20 per cent higher than car- 
load. 
Fish, viz.: 

In cans, boxed, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 5 



Class if 
Fish — Continued. Released 

Dry, salted, packed, N. O. S 5 

Dry, salted, in boxes, value limited to 

5 cents per pound 6 

Fresh, packed, collect, freight guaran- 
teed by shipper, L.C.L 2 

Fresh, at O. R., in refrigerator cars, C. 
L. min. wt. 24,000 lbs., 5 cents per 
100 lbs. higher than Class B. 

Pickled or salted, in barrels, half- 
barrels, kegs, or kits 6 

Fittings, iron pipe; see Iron and Steel 

Articles. 
Flooring; Lumber rates. 
Flour, viz.: 

N. O. S., in sacks, O. R. of wet and 
waste, estimated weight in one- 
half-barrel sacks, 98 lbs.; in one- 
fourth-barrel sacks, 49 lbs.; in one- 
eighth-barrel sacks, 24}/^ lbs. ; except 
that when actual weight is clearly 
shown to be less, only actual weight 
is to be charged for. Shipments of 
flour in any except usual size sacks 
as named above, in all cases to be 
charged for at actual weight. Bills 
of lading and way-bills must show 
number of sacks of each weight 

contained in shipment C 

Foil, Lead or Tin, or Lead and Tin com- 
bined, with or without paper back, 
in boxes, C. L. min. wt. 30,000 lbs. 

(May 5, 1918) 4 

Food Preservative, packed 3 

Forges, portable 3 

Freezers, ice-cream 3 

Fruit, in cans, boxed, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 5 

Fruit, dried, L. C. L. viz.: 

Apples 4 

Berries, N. O. S 4 

Currants 1 3 

Peaches 4 

Pears; same as Apples. 

N. O. S 3 

Fruit, dried, C. L., min. wt. 24,000 lbs... 6 
Fruit, green, viz.: 

Apples, in bags, barrels, boxes or crates, 

L. C. L. (Oct. 13, 1917) 5 

Apples. — Mixed C L. of Apples, Beets, 
Cabbage, Onions, Potatoes, and 
Turnips may be taken at the same 
rate as straight C. L. of either 
article. 

Bananas, loose or in paper sacks, lots 

less than 2,000 lbs. prepaid 1^ 

Bananas, loose or in paper sacks, lots 
of 2,000 lbs. or over, but less than 
10,000 lbs., prepaid 1 

Bananas, loose or in paper sacks, lots 
of 10,000 lbs. or over, prepaid or 
guaranteed, L. C. L.... 2 

Blackberries and Dewberries, packed, 
for wine purposes, C. L., minimum 

24,000 lbs 6 

Same, L. C. L 5 

Berries, N. O. S., prepaid 1 

Cranberries . 3 

Grapes, L. C. L., prepaid _.. 1 

Grapes, in casks or barrels, for wine 

purposes, L. C. L ... 5 

Grapes, in casks or barrels, for wine 

purposes, C. L., mia. wt. 24,000 lbs. 6 

Lemons 2 

Oranges, packed in cylindrical orange 
boxes, 20 per cent higher than rate 
charged for oranges packed in boxes 
of standard size and shape. 

Oranges, N. O. S..... 2 

Furnaces, viz.: 

Clay, pail-shaped, loose, L. C. L 6 

Clay, pail-shaped, released, C. L.; same 
as Brick, fire, C. L. 



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Class if 
Released 
Furniture, N. O. S., in the white; same 

as Finished Furniture. 
Furniture, C. L., viz.: 
Chairs, finished, K. D., C. L., min. wt. 

20,000 lbs 5 

Chairs, in the white, K. D., C. L., min. 

wt. 20,000 lbs 6 

Chairs, Settees, and Stools, N. O. S., 

C. L., min. wt. 8,000 lbs 4 

Chair Stuff or Stock, N. O. S., parts not 

joined together, in the rough, or in 
the white, min. wt. 20,000 lbs. 6 

Chair Stock, wood, viz.; Bent arms, in 
crates or bundles, brace arms, in 
sacks, in the rough, any quantity.. A 

Refrigerators and Ice Chests, stained, 

min. wt. 12,000 lbs . 4 

Safes or Cabinets, meat or kitchen, K. 

D. or S. U.,C. L.. 12,000 lbs. min... 4 
N. O. S., min. wt. 12,000 lbs . 4 

Furniture, all kinds, finished or in the 
white, taking Fourth Class or lower 
when in straight car-loads; in 

mixed car-load, 12,000 lbs. min. 4 

Furniture, L. C. L., viz.: 

Bedsteads, folding, crated or boxed 2 

Bedsteads, N. O. S., wrapped or crated 3 
Bureaus and Chiffoniers, wrapped or 

crated ^ 3 

Cabinets, kitchen, tin; same as Safes, 

kitchen. 
Chairs, and reclining, upholstered, S. U. 13^ 
Chair Stock, wood, viz.: Bent arms in 
crates or bundles, brace arms in 
sacks, in the rough, any quantity. A 
China Closets, wrapped, crated, or 

boxed 1 

Church Furniture, wrapped or crated, 

S. U 1 

Same, K. D..... 3 

Cots, S. U 2 

Cots, K. D. or folded 3 

Cribs, K. D. or folded 3 

Desks and Seats, school, S. U. or folded 3 

Same, K. D 4 

Desks, N. O. S., wrapped or crated 2 

Frames, bureau glass, in bundles 2 

Frames, lounge, S. U 1 

Racks, hat, wrapped or crated, S. U 1 

Same, K. D. or folded 2 

Refrigerators and Ice Chests, stained.. 3 

Safes, pantry, meat or kitchen, S. U 1 

Sofas, N. O. S., and tete-a-tetes, 

wrapped or crated 1 

Stands, hall, wrapped or crated 3 

Tables, wrapned or crated, S. U 1 

Tables, K. D. flat 3 

Table Legs, Slides, Leaves, and Sup- 
ports 3 

Wardrobes, wrapped or crated, S. U 1 

Same, K. D 3 

Washstands, wrapped or crated 3 

N. O. S., wrapped or crated, S. U 1 

N. O. S., wrapped or crated or boxed, 

K. D 3 

Furniture not included in foregoing lists, 
viz.: 
Bedsteads, iron or brass, C. L., min. wt. 

12,000 lbs 4 

Bookcases, S. U., wrapped or crated... 1 
Chairs, wood, with cane, splint, rattan, 
reed, willow, bamboo, or solid 
wooden seats, whether manufac- 
tured of common or hardwood, S.U. 1 
Same, K. D., boxed, crated, or 

wrapped in bundles .. 2 

Chairs, barber, dental, or surgical, S. 

U., boxed or crated IM 

Chairs and Stepladder, combination, 

S. U IH 

Same, K. D., in bundles 1 



Class if 
Furniture — Continued. Released 

Furniture, Store, C. L., viz.: 
Counters and Shelving (not glass), 
knocked down, C. L., min. 20,000 

lbs 4 

Fixtures, store, as described pages 234 
and 235 of Southern Classification 
No. 43 or reissues. 

C. L., 12,000 lbs. min 3 

Same, L. C. L . 1 

Mattresses, shuck, excelsior, straw, cot- 
ton, or shoddy 3 

Poles and Rods, curtain, viz. : 
In the rough, in boxes, crates, or 

bundles, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 12,000 lbs 6 

In the white, L. C. L 4 

Same, packed or in rolls, strapped or 
securely tied in bundles (C. L. ship- 
ments may be taken loose) ... A 

Refrigerator or Cooling-room Material 
in comolete sets, K. D., min. wt . 

15,000 lbs. each..__. 4 

Springs, bed and furniture, compressed 
and packed in barrels, casks, or 

boxes 3 

Springs, bed, spiral or coil, compressed 

and crated 3 

Stands or Racks, music, viz.: 
Bamboo, reed, or willow, crated or 

boxed IJ/^ 

Iron or wood, wrapped, crated or 

boxed, S. U - 1 

Iron or wood, K. D. flat, wrapped, 

crated, or boxed 3 

Stands, revolving, display, wooden, 
viz.: 

Boxed or crated, S. U.... 1 

Boxed or crated, K. D., shelves, caps, 

and bases taken off 2 

Stools, Piano 1 

Table Rims (not veneered), packed or 

securely tied together A 

Fustic, extract, in barrels or casks 5 

G 

Ginger, in bags 3 

Ginseng . 1 

Glass and Glassware, viz.: 
Battery Jars, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs. 6 
Bottles, viz.: 

Common, packed, L. C. L. 4 

Common, packed, C. L 5 

Common, packed, in bulk, C. L., 

min. wt. 20,000 lbs 5 

Carboys, viz.: 

Empty, L. C. L 3 

Empty, returned, C.L.,wt. 15,000 lbs. 6 
Cathedral, viz.: 
Rough, framed or leaded, in pack- 
ages, O. R. B., L. C. L 1 

Colored, stained, decorated, enam- 
eled, ground, figured, or etched, 

L. C. L 1 

Chimneys, C. L., min. wt. 16,000 lbs.. 4 
Fruit Jars, common, packed, L. C. L... 4 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs 5 

Glass, broken or cullett, in packages, 

C. L A 

Insulators, packed 4 

Mirrors, viz.: 
Over 7 X 12 feet, packed; special con- 
tract 
Over 3 feet, not exceeding 7 x 12 feet, 

packed 2 

Three feet or under, packed 3 

Showcases, entirely boxed (not taken 

unless entirely boxed). IH 

Window Glass, viz.: 
Common, 80 united inches in dimen- 
sions or under. L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L. 5 



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Class if 
Glass and Glassware — Coniiniied. Released 

Over SO united inches in dimensions, 

L. C. L .--. 3 

Same. C. L i 

Note. — "United inches" means the 

• length and breatdh of the package 

added together. 

Glucose Refuse or Gluten Meal, when 

shipped to fertilizer manufacturers. 

C. L.: same as Fertilizer. 

Glue. Uquid. in glass, boxed 2 

Glycerine, in barrels or casks or iron 

drums -i 

Grain, in bulk. C. L D 

Graphite, crude. C. L -.-- P 

Grate Bars veach shipment weighing 200 
lbs. or over, whether in one or more 

pieces) A 

Grates, parts of. viz.: 

Baskets, packed -i 

Fronts. Fenders, and Frames, loose 3 

Fronts. Fenders, and Frames, packed . -i 
Gravel. C. L.. min. wt. -iO.OOO lbs.; 40 per 

cent less than Class L. 
Gravestones; see Monuments. 
Grease, viz.: 

Axle, all kinds 6 

X. O. S.. in barrels or kegs 5 

Grindstone Frames, with or without 
Grindstones. K. D. or tied in bun- 
dles. L. C. L 3 

Same, in straight C. L. or in mixed 

C. L. with Grindstones 6 

Grindstones. L. C. L 6 

Grindstones, not mounted. C. L A 

Grits, in bags; same as Cornmeal. 
Gum. chewing 4 

H 

Hair, cattle, for plastering, pressed in 

bales 4 

Handles, viz.: 
Brooms, boxed, crated, or in bundles, 

L. C. L A 

Brooms. C. L P 

Broom Handles and Broom Corn, 
mixed C. L.; see Broom Corn. 

N. O. S.. boxed or crated. L. C. L A 

N. O. S.. C. L -- P 

Hav, Fodder, and Straw, pressed in 

bales. L. C. L ... 6 

Same, in mixed C. L. with grain, 
millstuff. bran, shorts, or shipstuff, 

min. wt. 20.000 lbs D 

Heading and Heading Bolts; Lumber 
rates 

Hemp, in bales 3 

Hemp Stalks, in bales or bundles 5 

Hides, scrap iraw hide) 6 

Hides, viz.: 
Hides, dry, C. L., min. wt. 20.000 lbs... 5 
Skins. X. O. S.. Furs and Peltries, 
value limited to 25 cents per lb., in 

bags 1 

Same, pressed in bales 2 

Hods. Brick or Mortar, wooden. S. U 3 

Same. K. D 5 

Hogshead, tobacco, galvanized sheet- 
iron. K. D., L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L.. min. wt. 10.000 lbs 6 

Hominy, in bags; same as Meal. corn. 
Hominy, flake; same as Meal. oat. 
Honey, viz.: 

In comb, boxed 3 

In glass or tin. boxed 3 

In barrels or kegs 5 

Hoofs and Horns. C. L A 

Hoop Poles; Lumber rates. 

Hoop Splits; Lumber rates. 

Hoops, X. O. S.; Lumber rates. 

Horses, stitching, crated. S. L' 1 



Cla^s if 
Released 
Household Goods and Old Furniture, 
viz . ; 
Household Goods and Old Furniture, 
well packed, value limited to So per 
100 lbs. in case of loss or damage, 
and so expressed in bill of lading. 

L. C. L 4 

Same. C. L.. min. wt. 20.000 lbs X 

Household Goods and Old Furniture with 
live stock; 
Household Goods and Old Furniture, 
with not exceeding five head of live 
stock, one attendant to have free 
passage on same train as car (,ship- 
per's option), value imited to S5 
per 100 lbs. in caseof loss or damage, 
and so expressed in bill of lading. 

C. L.. min. wt. 20.000 lbs X 

Houses, portable, L. C. L 4 

Same. C. L 6 

Hulls, cotton-seed, in bulk, C. L.; see 

Fertilizers. 
Hulls, cotton-seed, in bags, barrels, or 

casks; see Fertilizers. 
Husks or Shucks, compressed in bales, 

L. C. L 6 

Same. C. L.. min. wt. 20.000 lbs. K 

I 

Ice. prepaid or guaranteed. C. L., min. 

wt. 20.000 lbs. (see Xote) L 

XoTE. — With shipments of ice in C. L. 
lots 1.000 lbs. of sawdust, chaff, or 
other packing will be allowed free. 
Ice, L. C. L.. packed ior in quantities not 
less than five tons, unpacked i. pre- 
paid or guaranteed; 25 per cent per 
100 lbs. higher than C. L. 
Ink. viz.: 

Printing, in other than wooden vessels. 3 
Writing fluid, in glass or stone, boxed.. 3 
Iron and Steel Articles, boxed or crated, 

X. O. S 2 

Iron and Steel .\rticles (not boxed or 
crated unless so specified), viz.; 
Blooms and Billets, steel, per ton of 
2.240 lbs.. C. L.; same as Pig Iron, 
per ton of 2.26S lbs.. C. L. 
Booths, viz.; 

Voting. L. C. L 2 

Same. C. L 5 

Boxes, safe-deposit. L. C. L 2 

Boxes and Skeins, viz. : 
Wagon Axle, shipped on axles, said 

axles loose or in bundles 6 

Brackets, shelf, steel. X. O. S.. L. C. L. 4 

Same. C. L . 5 

Brakes, wagon, packed in barrels. L. 

C. L. 5 

Car Spring Plates and Journal Box 

Lids 6 

Castings, viz.; 

In boxes, kegs, barrels, casks, or 
crates (not machinery or sewing 

machines) 5 

L'npacked (not machinery, parts 
thereof h each piece weighins under 

200 lbs 5 

Ceiling, viz.: 

In boxes, bundles, or rolls. O. R. of 

wet and rust. L. C. L 5 

Chain Belting, packed in casks or bar- 
rels, value limited to 2 cents per lb.. 6 
Chain Belting. X. O. S.. in boxes, bar- 
rels, or kegs 5 

Chains, viz.; 

Cable 5 

Loose 3 

Covers, man-hole, packed and contents 

described, or in bundles, wired 5 



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Class if 
Iron and Steel — Continued. Released 

Dog Irons, cast, value limited to 2 cents 
per lb.; same as Castings. 

Fencing, expanded iron 5 

Fenders, for street cars, L. C. L 3 

Same, C. L . 6. 

Flue, iron; same as Sheet Iron. 

Forgings, in kegs, N. O. S . 5 

Gutters, hanging, galvanized, not 

nested, L. C. L 1 

Hinges, in boxes, contents marked or 

stenciled thereon 4 

Hinges and Hooks, in kegs, barrels, or 
casks, contents marked or stenciled 
thereon 5 

Hods, brick or mortar, S. U 3 

Same, K. D 5 

Hydrants, Fire Plugs, and Water Gates, 

cast iron, L. C. L 4 

Ingots, steel; same as Blooms and 
Billets, steel. 

Iron, sulphate of, shipped to fertilizer 
factories; see Fertilizers. 

Kettles or Pans, large, cast iron 4 

Knuckles, steel parts of patent car 
couplers; see Special Iron. 

Lap Rings; see Special Iron. 

Lasts, shoe, in boxes or barrels, value 
limited to 2 cents per lb., contents 
described on packages 5 

Lathing, expanded iron 5 

Mangers or Hay Racks, viz.: 

Loose, L. C. L 3 

Wired in bundles or nested and crated, 

L. C. L 4 

Wired in bundles or nested and crated 
or loose, C. L., min. wt. 15,000 lbs... 5 

Mantels, not packed 3 

Mantels, packed 4 

Moulds, ingot, crated 6 

Muck and Puddle Bar Iron, L. C. L.; 
same as Pig Iron, L. C. L. 

Muck and Puddle Bar Iron, per ton 
2,240 lbs.; same as Pig Iron, per ton 
2,268 lbs., C. L. 

Nails, viz.: 

In boxes (horse and mule shoe) 5 

In kegs (finishing) 5 

Picks, in bundles, barrels, or kegs; see 
Special Iron. 

Pig IroTi, L. C. L.; 20 per cent higher 
than C. L. 

Pig Iron, C. L M 

Pipe Joints or Fittings, consisting of 
Elbows, Traps, Tees. Crosses, Bush- 
ings, Plugs, Couplings and Caps 
(made entirely of iron, and with- 
out brass or other trimmings or 
fixtures) (see Note), packed or not 

packed, L. C. L 6 

Same, C. L. ; see Special Iron. 

Note. — The above ratings will apply 
on Elbows, Traps. Tees and Crosses, 
with brass screw clean-out plugs or 
brass or bronze stay-rods. 

Rails, iron or steel, any quantity A 

Safe Doors; same as Safes. 

Safes, viz : 
Each weighing over 10,000 lbs. (Safes 

and Vaults) 1 

Each weighing over 6,000 lbs. and not 

over 10.000 lbs 2 

Each weighing over 3,000 lbs. and not 

over 6,000 lbs 3 

Each weighing 3,000 lbs. or less 4 

Scrap Iron, packed or loose, C. L., min. 

wt. 30,000 lbs ----.--- K 

Same, unpacked, each piece weighing 

not less than 150 lbs., L. C. L A 

Same, packed, L. C. L. A 



Class if 
Iron and Steel— Continued. Released 

Sheet Iron, viz.: 
Cut in strips for stove pipe, nested 

flat and crated 6 

Galvanized; same as Sheet Iron. 

Plain or Corrugated 6 

Sinks, unpacked, L. C. L.. 3 

Same, C. L 5 

Sinks, in barrels or boxes, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 5 

Springs, viz.: 

Carriage 6 

Seat (not wire) 6 

Tacks, in kegs or barrels 5 

Iron and Steel, Special, consisting of the 
following articles: 
Note. — Commodity rates on "Special 
Iron" will apply on all articles 
enumerated in the following list. 
In the absence of commodity rates, 
Class A rates will apply. 
Architectural, consisting of Columns, 
Pedestals, Capitals, Saddles, Door 
and Window Jambs, Plates, Sills, 
Studding, Lintels, Rolled Beams, 
Angles, Channel Bars, Girders, 

and Tees or Zees A 

Axles, car .-._ A 

Axles, carriage or wagon, loose or wired 

together A 

Bar, Band, Hoop, Rod, Plate (not 
planished or polished). Boiler, all 

unpacked A 

Bar, steel, or steel bars polished or not 

polished, packed or unpacked A 

Blooms and Billets, steel A 

Bolts, Nuts, Rivets, and Washers, 

packed or in bags or bundles A 

Boxes and Skeins, vehicle, in kegs, 

barrels, or casks, released A 

Boxes and Skeins, wagon axle, loose, 

owners to load and unload, C. L... A 

Brake, Beams, iron A 

Brake Shoes, packed or not packed A 

Bridge Material A 

Car Replacers, in bundles A 

Castings (not machinery )or parts there- 
of, each piece weighing 200 lbs. or 

over, unpacked, O. R. B A 

Castings or Forgings, parts of com- 
presses, each piece weighing 2,000 
lbs. or over, owners to load and 

unload A 

Castings, C. L., viz.: Castings, rough, 
N. O. S. (not machinery nor parts 
thereof, nor sewing machines nor 
parts thereof, nor stove castings) 
packed in kegs, barrels, or loose.. . A 

Cattle Guards, wrought A 

Chains, in barrels or casks, value 

limited to 2 cents per lb A 

Chains, loose or in coils A 

Couplers, or parts thereof, car, patent, 

loose, O.R. of wet, rust, or breakage A 

Crowbars A 

Draft Iron A 

Elevator Weights A 

Filings, iron A 

Fishbars, Fastenings, and Rail Braces. A 

Frogs, railroad A 

Harrow Teeth, in kegs or barrels A 

Jail Plate A 

Kilns, lime, or parts thereof, manufac- 
tured of sheet or boiler iron, with 
cast-iron doors, door frames, grates, 
and floors, K. D., crated, boxed, or 

in bundles, released, C. L A 

Lap Rings A 

Links and Pins, railroad, in bundles, 

barrels, or casks A 

Mattocks, in bundles, barrels, or kegs.. A 
Nails and Spikes, in kegs, estimated 

weight 106 lbs. per keg A 



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Class if 
Iron and Steel — Continued. Released 
Nails and Spikes, in double kegs, esti- 
mated weight 208 lbs. per keg A 

Nails, cement coated, in kegs A 

Nails, wire, in kegs, estimated weight 

106 lbs. per keg A 

Nails, wire, in double kegs, estimated 

weight 208 lbs. per keg A 

Picks, in bundles, barrels, or kegs A 

Pipe, cast, released A 

Pipe, lined with cement, released A 

Pipe Joints or Fittings, consisting of 
Elbows. Traps. Tees, Crosses, Bush- 
ings, Plugs, Couplings and Caps 
(made entirely of iron, and without 
brass or other trimmings or fixtures) 
(see Note under Pipe Fittings, 
L. C. L.), packed or not packed, 

C. L A 

Pipe Fittings, wired in bundles, C. L... A 

Pipe, wrought, released A 

Plow Clevises, Couplers, Frogs, Heel 
Bolts, Moulds, or Plant Fenders 
(in bundles, or in kegs, barrels, or 
casks). Plates, Points, and Wings.. A 

Plow Steel A 

Poles, electric light or railway A 

Posts, fence, railroad A 

Rust, iron _. A 

Sadirons, in barrels or casks, released-. A 
Sadirons, in boxes, contents to be 
plainly marked on boxes, and con- 
tract to be made by shipper that no 
other articles shall be put in the 

boxes A 

Sash Weights, unpacked... A 

Sawdust, iron, rusted A 

Shingle Bands, sheet iron, in bundles or 

packed in barrels A 

Shoes, horse, mule, and ox, in kegs 

(estimated weight 106 lbs. per keg) A 

Skelp Iron A 

Sledges, without handles, wired to- 
gether A 

■Splices, Switches, Switch Chairs, rail- 
road A 

Stand Pipes, K. D.. A 

Staples, fence, in barrels or kegs A 

. Timber Hangers A 

Tires, wagon A 

Trucks, car A 

Wheels, car A 

Wire, fence, iron (not woven), on reels 
or in coils, loose or packed in bar- 
rels, O. R! of wet and rust A 

Note. — On mixed car-loads of iron 
fence wire and nails the car-load 
rate on the highest classed article 
may be applied. 
Tubs, viz.: 

Tubs, bath... 3 

Tubs, galvanized iron, closely nested 3 
Tubs and Buckets, galvanized, C. L. 

min. wt. 20.000 lbs 4 

Tubs, wash or laundry, legs off 3 

Urns 5 

Vault Work, L. C. L. 4 

Same, C. L 6 

Vises 4 

J 

Jelly, powdered, packed in wood. 4 

K 

Kainit, when shipped to fertilizer fac- 
tories; see Fertilizer Material; when 
in less than 25-ton shipments, Fer- 
tilizer rates apply. 

Part 1—8 



Class if 
Released 
Knitting Factory Products, made wholly 
of cotton, in bales, O. R. C, or in 
boxes when specific name of article 
and shipper's name are plainly 
marked on outside of package and 

stated in receipt or bill of lading 5 

Kryolyth, in casks or drums. 6 



Lampblack, in boxes, barrels, or casks 3 

Lard, in tin cans, not boxed 5 

Note. — With shipments of lard no 
freight charges will be made for 
such an amount of ice as is neces- 
sary to preserve it in transit. 
Laths; Lumber rates. 
Launches, gasoline and naphtha, C. L., 

min. wt. 10,000 lbs 2 

Lead, viz.: 

In boxes... 5 

Bar or sheet 5 

Black, in kegs or barrels 5 

Glaziers', on reels, crated 4 

Red and White; same as Paints. 
Sublimate of, in kegs, half-barrels, or 

barrels 5 

Lead Dross and Skimmings 6 

Leather, in rolls or boxes, L. C. L 3 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs 4 

Leather Shoe Heels and Shoe Taps, in 

barrels. 3 

Leather Scraps, Shavings, or Skivings, in 
packages or bales (leather scraps 
will include trimmings cut from side 
leather or obtained in the manu- 
facture of leather goods) A 

Licorice, in mass, boxed 4 

Lime, viz.: 
In casks or barrels, L. C. L. ; 20 per cent 
higher than C. L. 

Acetate of, L. C. L 6 

Same, C. L.; same as Fertilizers. 
Carbonate of, in barrels or casks; same 
as Lime. 

Chloride of, in barrels or casks 6 

Chloride of, N. O. S 4 

In barrels, C. L., min. wt. 24,000 lbs., 
actual weight to be charged for; 
Class K less 10 per cent. 
In barrels, and Cement in bags or bar- 
rels, mixed C. L., min. wt. 24,000 
lbs.; same as Cement, C. L. 
Slacked, for agricultural purposes, in 
bulk or bags; 20 per cent less than 
Fertilizers. 
Lime Rock, ground; 20 per cent less than 

Fertilizer. 
Live Stock, subject to the following rules 
(see Estimated Weight under Gen- 
eral Rules), viz.: 
Maximum Valuations of Live Stock 
Shipments: 

Horses and Mules, each $ 75 

Mare and Colt, together 100 

Jacks or Stallions, each 150 

Cow and Calf, together 35 

Domestic Horned Animals, each. 30 

Calves, Hogs, or Sheep, each 5 

Live Stock, C. L... N 

Live Stock, L. C. L. (see rules governing 

weights) 4 

Locks, viz.: Padlocks, rim-locks, value 

limited to $2.50 per dozen 3 

Locomotive Cabs, L. C. L., S. U., re- 
quiring flat or gondola car, min. 

wt. 4.000 each 1 

Logs; see Special Rates. 

Lumber, common, rough, or dressed, 

C. L. P 



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Class if 
Released 
Lumber, common, rough, or dressed, 
L. C. L.; 20 per cent higher than 
Class K. 
Lumber, hickory, dogwood, and per- 
simmon timber, round or split, 
C. L.; same as Lumber. 
Lumber for the manufacture of packing 
cases and tobacco box material, in 
shooks, bundles or plank, rough 
or dressed, C. L.; same as Lumber, 
C. L. (not to apply to cigar box 
material). 
Lumber, mahogany, walnut, maple, 

cherry, and white pine, C. L Special 

Same, L. C. L.; 20 per cent higher 

than Class K. 
Same, dresfeed, L. C. L 5 

M 

Machinery and Machines, C. L., owners 
to load and unload, viz.: 
Blowers, rotary, iron, min. wt. 20,000 

lbs 6 

Fans , exhaust ; same as Blowers , rotary . 

Street Sweeping, S- U., requiring flat or 

gondola cars, min. wt. 5,000 lbs. 

each.-.^.. 5 

Same, K. D. (brushes crated), loaded 

in box oars . 5 

N. O. S., all kinds, boilers, engines, or 

parts thereof, min. wt. 20,000 lbs... 6 
Machinery and Machines, L. C. L., viz.: 

Biscuit Machines, boxed or crated 3 

Cotton and Woolen Mill Machinery, 
viz.: 
Beams, wooden, warp, cylinders, 
spools, bobbins, and shuttles, re- 
turned to be refilled 6 

Bobbins, Shuttles, and Spools, 
wooden, packed Card Flats, re- 
turned to be reclothed or recovered 6 
Rollers, iron and steel, returned to be 
repaired or recovered, rating to 

apply in both directions 4 

Engines and Machinery, hoisting 4 

Grain Conveyors, iron tubes, in sec- 
tions 12 feet long or less, loose, or 

in crates or bundles 5 

Mills, viz.: 

Barilla Bark 4 

Cotton-seed Oil 4 

Presses, viz. : 

Printing, S. U 1 

Printing, not boxed, K. D. 2 

Pulleys 5 

Pulley Wheels and Blocks, manufac- 
tured wholly of iron and so marked 

on package, wired in bundles 4 

Range and Bath Boilers _._ 3 

Sawmills, carriages over 16 feet in 

length -. 3 

Sawmills, carriages not over 16 feet in 

length 4 

Tools, machinists' (planers, lathes, etc.) 3 

Madder 3 

Magnesite, crude, viz.: 

In boxes, or kegs, C. L 5 

In barrels, bags, or casks, L. C. L 5 

In bulk, C. L..... 6 

Magnesium, chloride of, in barrels or 

casks 6 

Manganese, crude.. P 

Manganese, packed, L. C. L.; 20 per cent 

higher than Class K. 
Manganese, released, value limited to S18 
per ton of 2,000 lbs., and so ex- 
pressed in the bill of lading; Special 
Iron rates. 
Marbles, in boxes or casks 4 



Class if 

Marl, C. L., min. wt. 40,000 lbs.; 10 per 
cent higher than rate on Sand and 
Loam Soil. 
Marl or Green Sand, L. C. L. (not taken 
in bulk), 80 per cent of Fertilizer 
rate. 
Mats, viz.: 

Door, wire, iron, steel, or rubber 2 

Grass, hemp, hair, or cocoa 2 

Old Oil Press, shipped from oil mills 6 

Matting, N. O. S 2 

Pine Fiber... 6 

Meal, viz.: 
Corn, in barrels, actual weight of pack- 
age and contents to be charged for. D 
Soy or Soja Bean; Fertilizer rates. 
Corn, N. O. S., except when in paper 

packages (see Note) D 

Note. — L. C. L. shipments of meal, in 
cloth bags, each package weighing 
less than 21 pounds, will not be 
accepted unless enclosed in burlap, 
jute, or duck bags. 
Bills of lading and way-bills for ship- 
ment of meal in bags must show 
number of bags of each size, weigh- 
ing 21 pounds or over, and the 
number of burlap, jute, or duck 
bags containing bags weighing less 
than 21 pounds, contained in the 
shipment. 
Cotton Seed; see Fertilizers. 

Flaxseed, L. C. L.. 3 

Flaxseed, C. L... D 

Linseed-oil Meal; same as Meal, cotton- 
seed; see Fertilizers. 
Measures, wooden, C. L., min. wt. 12,000 

lbs... 6 

Meats, all shipments to be charged at 
actual weight, viz.: 
Fresh, prepaid or collect, freight guar- 
anteed by shipper, L. C. L. 3 

Beef, canned, in boxes B 

Desiccated Meats 4 

Pork, canned, in boxes B 

Sausage, fresh, prepaid or guaranteed. 4 • 

Sausage, L. C. L 6 

Sausage Casings, in barrels or kegs 4 

Tongues, pickled, in barrels or kegs B 

Tripe B 

Melons, L. C. L., packed or loose, entirely 
at owner's risk, prepaid or guar- 

ranteed 5 

Melons, C. L., prepaid or guaranteed O 

Merry-go-rounds, O. R. B., K. D., with 
machinery for operating, 'C. L., 

min. wt. 20,000 lbs 5 

Mica, viz.: 
Mica, scrap and ground, in bags or 
barrels, value limited to 6 cents per 

lb., C. L 6 

Same, L. C. L.. 5 

Milk, condensed, viz.: 
In boxes, kegs, half-barrels, or barrels, 

L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 5 

In ten-gallon cans, not boxed. 2 

Molasses, viz.: 
Shipments of molasses will be accepted 
at an estimated weight of 123^ lbs., 
per gallon, including package, the 
gallonage to be taken from the 
marks on the barrel as stenciled by 
authorized gaugers. 

In cans, boxed, in kegs or kits 4 

In barrels or hogsheads. 6 

In tank cars; same as in barrels or hogs- 
heads. 
Marble and granite (other than Grave- 
stones, Tombstones, Monuments, 
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Class if 
Marble and Granite — Continued. Released 

Blocks or slabs, marble, slate, granite, 
or stone, polished or card wholly 
or in part, in boxes or crates, L. 

C. L 4 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 30,000 lbs...... 6 

Blocks or slabs, marble, slate, granite, 
or stone, rough quarried, not 
packed; also sawed, sand rubbed 
(or slushed), hammered or chiseled, 

boxed or crated, L. C. L A 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 30,000 lbs P 

Chips or cubes, rough or dressed for 

inlaid or mosiac tiling, L. C. L 6 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 30,000 lbs A 

Crushed or rubble, in bulk, in bags or 

barrels, L. C. L 6 

In packages or in bulk, C. L., min. wt. 
40,000 lbs.; 40 per cent less than 
Class L. 
Monuments, Gravestones, and Tomb- 
stones, viz.: 
Marble or Granite, not boxed, freight 

prepaid at option of initial carrier. D 1 

Dust, marble, L. C. L 6 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 30,000 lbs A 

Dust, stone for street paving purposes 
(not crushed stone or marble dust), 
C. L.; same rates as on Cement, 
C. L. 

Marble or granite, all kinds, N. O. S 1 

Marble, granite, cement or concrete, 
including parts of monuments, 
gravestones (lettered or not let- 
tered, but not sculptured), and not 
including statuary, in boxes or 

crates, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L., wt. 30,000 lbs... 6 

N. O. S., in boxes or crates 1 

Metal, packed, value limited to 1300, 
prepaid at option of initial road or 

steamer 2 

Mouldings, carpenter's, without orna- 
mentation; Lumber rates. 

N 
Nuts, viz.: 

Chestnuts, prepaid 5 

Peanuts and Chufas, L. C. L 5 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs 6 

Pecans, in barrels or in single or double 

sacks, C. L 5 

Walnuts and Hickory Nuts, packed, 

C. L 6 

Same, packed, L. C. L. 5 

O 
Oakum 4 

Oatmeal, Rolled Oats, or Shredded Oats, 

in sacks 5 

Same, in boxes, barrels, kegs, or 
drums 6 

Ochre, in casks or barrels, L. C. L 6 

Same, C. L A 

Oils, viz.: 

Castor, in glass, packed 2 

Cocoa, in original packages 2 

Cocoa, in barrels 4 

Cotton Seed, in barrels, crude, L. C. L. A 
Cotton Seed in barrels, C. L., 24,000 lbs. 

min A 

Cotton Seed, in tanks, governed by the 
following rules, viz.: 

1. Rates when in tank cars will be 

assessed on basis of shell capacity 
in gallons, multiplied by 7J^ lbs. 
per gallon. 

2. Tank cars must invariably be loaded 

to their full capacity, subject to a 
min. wt. of 24,000 lbs. 

In tank cars, C. L A 

Cotton Seed, cooking or refined A 

Cotton Seed, crude, N. O. S., L. C. L... A 



Class if 
Oils — Continued. Released 

Creosote, in barrels or tanks, C. L 6 

Dead, of coal tar or creosote, in barrels 

or tanks, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 6 

Lard and Linseed, in barrels, actual 

weight, L. C. L 4 

Lard and Linseed, in barrels or tanks, 

actual weight, C. L 5 

Lubricating, product of coal oil; same 
as Oil, coal. 
Oil, Petroleum, and Petroleum Products 
(notes and estimated weights as 
per Southern Classification): 

Coal Oil, Crude Oil, Distillates, Fuel 
Oil, Gas Oil, Grease (not axle). 
Kerosene Oil, Lubricating Oil (not 
axle grease). Miners' Oil, Paraffin 
Oil, Paraffin Wax, Refined Oil, 
Road Oil, Soap Oil, Transformer 
Oil, and Wood Oil, Benzine, Gaso- 
line, Naptha and Gas, Petroleum 
liquefied, viz.: 

In cans, boxed, C. L 4 

In barrels, carrier's convenience, L. 

C. L *4 

In barrels, C. L. *6 

In tank cars, C. L 6 

In iron casks or drums, actual weight, 

L. C. L... 4 

Same, C. L. 6 

Outfits, graders' and contractors', L.C.L. 2 
Outfits, contractors' or graders', such as 
carts, wheelbarrows, tackle, tools, 
etc., wired, C. L., with or without 
live stock ... N 

Note. — If attendant accompanies ship- 
ments, regular passenger rate to be 
charged. 

Artesian Well-diggers', C. L N 

Oysters, viz.: 

Note.— Railroad companies may de- 
cline to receive and transport Fresh 
Oysters by freight. 

In cans or kegs, L. C. L.. 4 

Same, C. L 5 

Shell, in barrels 5 

Shell, in bulk, C. L. 6 

P 
Packing, hemp 4 

Paintings, Pictures, Chromos, etc., viz.: 
Value over $200 taken only by special 

contract. 
Value of each box limited to $200 per 

box, well boxed D 1 

Value limited to $5 per 100 lbs. 2 

Paints, viz.: 
In pails or cans, boxed or securely 

crated- 4 

Bulk, liquid, in kegs, kits, barrels, or 

casks 5 

Bulk, dry. in kegs or kits 5 

Bulk, dry, in barrels or casks 6 

Metallic; same as Paints. 

Mineral, dry, in barrels or casks 5 

Paper, viz.: 
Glazed, for manufacture of paper 

boxes or for wrapping purposes, in 

bundles 6 

Printing, in rolls or bundles, C. L A 

Same, L. C. L 6 

Roofing, in bundles or crates 6 

Roofing, in rolls A 

Strawboard and Pulpboard; same as 

Paper, wrapping. 

Wall, in bundles, 3 

Waste Paper, in bundles 3 

Wrapping or Lining, in bundles, rolls, 

or crates, L. C. L 6 

Same, C. L A 

Paving Blocks, wooden; Lumber rates. 



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Class if 
Released 
Paving Composition, composed of sand 

and tar; same as Asphalt. 
Peas, viz.: 

Dried, in boxes D 

Dried or Split, N. O. S., in bags or 

barrels, L. C. L D 

Same, C. L D 

Cow, in bags or barrels, C. L D 

Peat or Peat Moss, in bags, barrels, or 

casks, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L A 

Picket, wooden; Lumber rates. 
Pickles, viz. : 

In buckets or pails, wooden, L. C. L. 4 

In kegs, barrels, or casks, L. C. L 5 

Piles; Lumber rates. 
Pipe, viz.: 
Earthen and Concrete, drain or roofing 

(pipe and tile), L. C. L 6 

Same, C. L A 

Earthen or Concrete, drain, tile, or 

sewer, C. L. P 

Same, L. C. L K 

Pipe, Sewer, earthen or concrete, and 
fixtures; flues, flue linings, flue tops 
and chimney caps, and drain tile, 
earthen or concrete; in mixed car- 
loads, minimum weight 25,000 lbs.; 
25 per cent higher than Class P. 

Earthen (not drain), L. C. L 5 

Same, C. L ,. 6 

Stove and Elbows, C L., loose or in 
bundles, straight or mixed, min. wt. 

20,000 lbs 5 

Stove (side seams not closed), nested 
and wired or crated, or otherwise, 

C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs 5 

Pitch, in barrels or casks, N. O. S., C L.. K 
Planks or boards, edges glued together; 

Lumber rates. 
Plaster, viz. : 

Calcined, C. L K 

Calcined, L. C. L., 20 per cent higher 

than C. L. rate. 
Cement; see Cement, plaster. 
Land; same as Agricultural Lime. 

Plaster of Paris, L. C. L. 6 

Same, C. L A 

Wall, in bags or barrels, C. L., 36,000 

lbs. minimum. Class K, less 10 

per cent. 

Plates, viz.: 

Paper and Wooden, including Wooden 

Butter Dishes and Plates, C. L., 

min. wt. 12,000 lbs 6 

Wooden Plates or Dishes, nested, 

packed in crates or boxes, L. C. L.. 5 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 12,000 lbs 6 

Plumbago (ship's* option), in sacks, 

barrels, or boxes y 5 

Same, N. O. S 5 

Poles, viz.: 

Hoop; same as Barrel Material. 
Telegraph and telephone; Lumber 
rates. 
Porch Columns, wooden; same as Sash, 

Doors, and Blinds. 
Posts, fence; Lumber rates. 
Potash, German, muriate, and sulphate, 
when shipped to fertilizer factories; 
see Fertilizers. 
Preserves, Fruit Juices, etc., viz.: 
Fruit Juice and Fountain Syrups: 
Coca-Cola, carbonated, in glass, 
packed, securely wired and sealed 
or locked; same as Ginger Ale, 
similarly packed. 

In wood, L. C. L 3 

Preserves, Fruit Butter, and Jellies, viz.: 

In glass, packed, L. C. L... 3 

Same, C. L — 4 



Class if 
Preserves — Continued. Released 

In wood, L. C. L _._ 4 

Same, C. L 5 

In cans, boxed, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 5 

In glass, packed, in wood or in cans, 

boxed, mixed C. L 5 

Pumps and Pump Material, viz.: 

Hand, Endless Chain, or Bucket 
Pumps, detachable parts removed 
and crated or wired in bundles, 

L. C. L 4 

Hand, Endless Chain, or Bucket 

Pumps, C. L 5 

Steam Pumps, Pumping Engines, and 

Machinery, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 5 

Wooden Tubing, L. C. L 5 

Same, C. L 6 

Q 

Quills, goose and turkey, in bales, bar- 
rels, boxes, or crates 1 

R 
Rags, viz.: 

In sacks or crates 3 

In barrels or hogsheads 4 

With bones; see Bones. 
Railroad Rolling Stock Equipment (not 
including street or tramway cars, 
for which see Vehicles), viz.: 

Cars, K. D. (z. e., cars from which 
trucks or other detachable parts 
have been removed and loaded on 
same car with bodies), to be loaded 
and unloaded by owners, and at 
O. R.; Special Iron rates. 

Cars and locomotives, standard gauge, 
on their own wheels, subject to the 
following rules: 

Basis for Calculation of Freight. — 
Mileage rates between points gov- 
erned by this Exception Sheet will 
be computed upon the basis of the 
shortest all-rail standard-gauge 
mileage by available routes of 
transportation, plus actual arbi- 
traries, subject to a minimum dis- 
tance of 75 miles for each line, and 
governed by the mileage shown in 
the "Official Guide." 

Locomotives and Tenders, moved by 
their own power, owner to furnish 
fuel and crew, carrier to furnish 
pilot at expense of owner, 15 cents 
per mile. 

Locomotives and Tenders, dead, or on 
their own wheels, connecting rods 
and small parts liable to be dam- 
aged, at option of carrier, to be 
taken off and boxed, 20 cents per 
mile. All expenses for oil, waste 
and repairs are in addition to the 
rates, and will be at the expense of 
the owner. ' 

Locomotives and Tenders, loaded 
wholly on flat cars, 25 cents per 
mile 

Locomotives, loaded on flat cars and 
weighing less than 40,000 lbs., same 
as Machinery, N. O. S. 

Reeds, willow, in bales 2 

Roofing, viz.: 

Cement, L. C. L 5 

Same, C. L... A 

Slate, packed, L. C. L 6 

Slate, C. L., min. wt. 30,000 lbs K 

Roots and Herbs, all kinds, value agreed 
to be 6 cents per pound, in bags, 

boxes, or barrels, L. C. L 4 

Roots, ivy, C. L., min. wt. 24,000 lbs P 



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Class if 
Released 
Rope, wire 5 

Rosin, in barrels, actual weight to be 
charged for, L. C. L.; 20 per cent 
higher than Class K. 

Rosin, in barrels or casks, actual weight 

to be charged for, C. L K 

Rosin dross, apply Rosin rates. 

Rustic Work, not boxed or crated 1 

S 
Sago Flour, in bags 5 

Same, in other packages; same as 
Starch. 
Salt, viz.: 

In sacks, boxes, or barrels, L. C. L K 

In bulk, in sacks, boxes, or barrels, C. L. O 
Salt, cake; see Fertilizers. 

Saltpetre, L. C. L 5 

Saltpetre, C. L 6 

Salts, viz.: 

Bleaching, in barrels or casks 6 

Bleaching, N. O. S 4 

Epsom, in casks or barrels, L. C. L 5 

Epsom, N. O. S., L. C. L 4 

Sand, C. L . ' P 

Sardines; see Fish. 
Sash, viz.: 

Glazed, L. C. L 4 

Glazed, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs.. 6 

Unglazed, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs.... 6 
Unglazed, N. O. S., same as Blinds. 

Sauerkraut, in barrels.. 6 

Sausage and Sausage Casings; see Meats. 
Saw Bucks, wooden, K. D., in crates or 

boxes 5 

Sawdust, C. L., 24,000 lbs. min P 

Saws, drag, with horse-power 5 

Screens, viz.: 

Door or Window, of wire, in bundles, 

boxes or crates, L. C. L 4 

Door or Window, of wire, O. R. B., C. 

L., min. wt. 15,000 lbs 6 

Screws, Bench, packed 4 

Sea Grass, Sea Weed or Salt Hay, pressed 
in bales, C. L.; 20 per cent less than 
Class D. 
Seed, viz.: 

Clover, C. L 6 

Corn, in barrels or sacks 5 

Cotton, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs.; 20 
per cent less than Class D. 

Flax, C. L 6 

Garden, C. L 4 

Garden, returned over same line by 

which originally forwarded 6 

Hemp, C. L 6 

Millett, L. C. L 5 

Same, C. L 6 

Timothy, L. C. L . 3 

Same, C. L 6 - 

Vetches, C. L 6 

Shear Flocks, refuse or waste of woolen 

mills A 

Sheep Dip, liquid or powdered, in pack- 
ages 4 

Shells, viz.: 
If for street or road paving purposes 
and so specified in bill of lading, 

C. L A 

Oyster, in barrels or kegs A 

Oyster, ground, in barrels A 

Oyster, to be used for fertilizer purposes, 
when consigned to fertilizer fac- 
tories, C. L.; same as Fertilizers. 
Shingle Bolts; Lumber rates. 
Shingles, wooden; Lumber rates. 
Shooks, boxed or crated (not including 
cigar box material); Lumber rates. 
Shooks. barrel, cask, or hogshead; Lum- 
ber rates. 



Class if 
Released 
Shot, VIZ.: 
In barrels, half-barrels, quarter-barrels, 
or drums; same as in kegs. 

In paper bags, boxed and strapped 4 

In kegs or double sacks 6 

Showcases; see Glass and Glassware. 
Siding; Lumber rates. 

Silex, in barrels 6 

Silicates, peroxides of, in barrels 5 

Slush, Soap Stock, or similar material 
for manufacturing soap, in barrels; 
same as Cotton-seed Oil. 
Soap Stock; same as Cotton-seed Oil. 
Soapstone, viz.: 

Crude, C. L. P 

Crude, in barrels or casks, value limited 

to $10 per ton; same as Cement. 
Ground, in barrels or bags, value 

limited to $20 per ton, L. C. L 5 

Same, C. L 6 

Soda, viz.: 
Nitrate of, L. C. L.; same as Fertilizers, 

L. C. L. 
Nitrate, C. L.; see Fertilizers, C. L. 

Soda Ash, in bags, any quantity A 

Sulphate of, C. L.; same as Fertilizers, 
C. L. 

Sulphate of, L. C. L 6 

Softener, cotton and wool, in barrels B 

Softener, cotton and wool, N. O. S. 5 

Solder 5 

Sorghum, in barrels or hogsheads 6 

Spindles, packed, L. C. L 6 

Spirittine, in cans, boxed, L. C. L 2 

Spoke Timber, in the rough; Lumber 
rates. 

Stanchions, cattle 6 

Stationery 2 

Staves and Stave Bolts; Lumber rates. 
Stills, viz.: 

Iron, L. C. L 3 

Copper (worm, crated) 3 

Stone, Lithographic 2 

Stoves, Alcohol, Gas, Gasoline, Oil, and 
Vapor, sheet iron, C. L., min. wt. 

12,000 lbs 3 

Stoves and Ranges, Cast Iron, L. C. L. 
Box and crate requirement will not 
apply. 

Sugar, in barrels or hogsheads. 6 

In cartons or sacks packed in boxes or 
in double sacks; same as in barrels. 

Grape Sugar 6 

Sumac, viz.: 
■ Ground, in bags or barrels, C. L., min. 

wt. 20,000 lbs 5 

Leaf, C. L., min. wt. 16,000 lbs K 

Same, L. C. L.... 5 

Syrups, viz.: 
Fruit Juices and Fountain Syrups, in 
glass, earthenware, or tin cans, 

boxed, or in wood, C. L 5 

Manufactured of cider, in barrels, half- 
barrels, hogsheads, or casks 6 

N. O. S., in kegs or in cans, boxed 4 

N. O. S., barrels or hogsheads 6 

T 

Tags, tin lettered or not lettered, in boxes 

or barrels, prepaid 4 

Talc 6 

Tallow, in barrels B 

Same, N. O. S 5 

Tankage, for fertilizer purposes, C. L. ; see 

Fertilizer. 
Tanks, viz.: 

Oil cellar or store, O. R. B., empty, 
with pump, hood, and measure 

inside of can, boxed or crated 1 

Wooden, capable of being loaded in 

box cars, boxed or crated, S. U 2 



118 



N. C. COKPOKATION COMMISSION 



Class if 
Released 
Tank Material; same as Box and Barrel 

Material. 
Tar, in barrels, L. C. L. ; 20 per cent higher 
than Class K. 

Tar, in barrels or casks, C. L K 

Tar Residuum; same as Tar. 

Tar, Coal, in tank cars, minimum weight 

capacity of tank to be charged for 

at estimated weight of 8J^ pounds 

per gallon. (See General Rule 32, 

Southern Classification) K 

Teeth, Harrow; Iron and Steel Articles. 
Telegraph Cross-arms, without insulator 
pins or brackets; Lumber rates. 

Tent Pins, C. L A 

Tents and Tent Poles 2 

Tents, gospel, O. R 4 

Terne Plate; same as Tin Plate. 
Ties, railroad; Lumber rates. 
Tile, viz.: 

Drain and Roofing; see Pipe. 
Building and Roofing and Hollow 
Brick, in straight or mixed C. L., 

min. wt. 30,000 lbs K 

Sidewalk, combined iron and glass, 

L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 5 

Timber, N. O. S.; Lumber rates. 
Tin, viz.: 

Pig and Block 5 

Scrap, in rolls or bundles, wired or 

crated 6 

Tin Plate in boxes, charged at actual 

weight, L. C. L 5 

Same, C. L.... 6 

Tin Roofing, in rolls 5 

Tin Tags; see Tags, tin. 

Tinware, N. O. S., L. C. L 3 

Tobacco, viz.: 

Smoking 2 

Unmanufactured, in boxes, barrels, 

crates, bales, or baskets 4 

Unmanufactured, in hogsheads or 

tierces J 

Unmanufactured, loose in car on the 
stick, loaded and unloaded by 
owners, C. L., min. wt. 10,000 lbs... 4 
Unmanufactured, loose, not less than 

10,000 lbs. charged for 3 

Tobacco Barns; see Barns. 
Tobacco Box Material; see Box Material. 
Tobacco Sticks, Flues, Baskets, and Fur- 
naces, in mixed C. L., min. wt. 

10,000 lbs 6 

Tobacco Sticks, rough, not wired, pre- 
paid or guaranteed; same rates as 
Lumber, common. 
Tobacco Trash, Sweepings, or Stems, 
ground or unground, packed, L. C. 
L., or in bulk when in car-loads; 
Fertilizer rates. 
Tongue, Deer, value limited to 6 cents 

perlb., L. C. L 5 

Towers, viz.: . ■, ^ -r 

Fire Apparatus, straight or mixed C L. , 
min. wt. 5,000 lbs., consisting of 
small chemical engines, small lad- 
der wagons, hand extinguishers, 

and small force pumps 1 

Water, Parts of Fire Department 
Apparatus, if requiring flat or gon- 
dola cars, min. wt. 5,000 lbs 1 

Traps, Clay Pigeon or Glass Ball, in 

bundles, crates, or boxes 5 

Trees and Shrubbery, viz.: 
Evergreen, boxed, for decorating pur- 
poses; same as Trees and Shrub- 
Baled, prepaid or guaranteed, L. C. L. 1 
Same, value limited to 3 cents per lb. 2 
Boxed, prepaid or guaranteed, L. C. L. 2 
Same, value limited to 3 cents per lb. 4 



Class if 
Trees and ShTuhhery— Continued. Released 

In bales, boxes, or in bulk, C. L., O. R. 
of loss or damage by heating, 
freezing, or improper packing, and 
to be loaded and unloaded by 
owners, prepaid or guaranteed, 
straight or mixed C. L., min. wt. 

16,000 lbs 4 

Same, value limited to 3 cents per lb. 6 
Plants, Strawberry, in baskets, without 

overtop handles 1 

Trucks, Electric Motor, L. C. L 5 

Tubs, viz.: 

Bath, not boxed D 1 

Bath, nested 2 

Turpentine, crude, in barrels, casks, or 

tank cars, C. L 6 

Turpentine, spirits of, in barrels, casks, 

or tank cars, C. L 6 

Note.— On shipments in tank cars, 
weights will be assessed on the shell 
capacity of tank, multiplied by 7.2 
lbs. to the gallon. 
Twine, viz.: 

Binders', packed, in bales, C. L 6 

Paper, when so described on package.. 5 
Jute, L. C. L 5 

V 

Varnish, in cans, not boxed 1 

Vegetables, desiccated 4 

Vegetables, in cans, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 5 

Vegetables, not canned or desiccated, viz. : 
Note. — Mixed car-loads of apples, 

beets, cabbage, carrots, onions, 

potatoes, and turnips may be taken 

at the same rate as straight car- 
loads of either article. 

Beets, in barrels 6 

Beets, in crates, boxes, or in bulk, C. L. 6 

Cabbages, packed, L. C. L 6 

Cabbages, in barrels, crates, boxes, or 

in bulk, C. L 6 

Carrots, in barrels. 6 

Same, in crates, boxes, or in bulk, 

C. L 6 

Cucumbers; same as Beets. 

Onions, in sacks, L. C. L 5 

Onions, in barrels or crates, L. C. L 6 

Onions, in barrels, crates, boxes, sacks, 

or in bulk, C. L 6 

Potatoes, in crates or sacks, L. C. L 6 

Potatoes, in barrels, actual weight, 

L. C. L 6 

Potatoes, in barrels, crates, boxes, 

sacks, or in bulk, C. L 6 

Turnips, L. C. L 6 

Turnips, in barrels, crates, boxes, or in 

bulk, C. L 6 

N. O. S., prepaid or guaranteed 3 

Vehicles, viz.: 
Carriages, Buggies, and Trotting 

Wagons, viz.: 
K. D., boxed or well crated, box or 

crate not exceeding 34 inches in 

height, L. C. L 2 

Boxed or well crated, C. L., min. wt. 

8,000 lbs 4 

Loose, C. L., min. wt. 15,000 lbs 3 

Hose Reels and Hook and Ladder 

Trucks; same as Carriages, Buggies, 

and Trotting Wagons. 
Oil Tank Wagons, viz.: 
Requiring flat or gondola cars, min. 

wt. 4,000 lbs., each 1 

N. O. S., min. wt. 3,000 lbs. each 1 

Omnibuses, C. L., two or more on a car, 

min. wt. 20,000 lbs... 5 

Sleighs; same as Carriages, Buggies, 

and Trotting Wagons. 



NORTH CAROLINA EXCEPTION SHEET NO. 2 



119 



Class if 
Vehicles — Continued. Released 

Street Sprinkling Wagons, S. U., loaded 

on flat cars, min. wt. 4,000 lbs. each. 1 
Wagons, delivery or freight, C. L. ; same 
as Carriages, Buggies, or Trotting 
Wagons. 
Vehicle Materials and Parts of Vehicles, 
viz.: 
Bodies, finished, carriage, buggy, trot- 
ting wagon, and wagon; same as 
Carriage, Buggies, Trotting Wag- 
ons, and Wagons, respectively. 
Bodies and Seats, unfinished; see 

Wheels. 
Bodies, buggy, unfinished, C. L., min. 

wt. 10,000 lbs . -... 5 

Gears, platform wagon, in the white, 

without springs or axles, L. C. L.^. 2 
Hubs, packed, in rolls or securely tied 

to get her A 

Rims, packed or securely tied together. A 
Shafts, Poles, and Wheels, parts of farm 

or lumber wagons, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 6 

Shafts, Bows, Felloes, Singletrees, 
Spokes, Hubs, and Rims, wood, 

unfinished, L. C. L 5 

Same, C. L 6 

Singletrees and Doubletrees: 
Finished, boxed, crated, or in bundles 2 
Ironed and partly finished, boxed or 

crated 4 

Ironed and partly finished, in bundles 4 

Same, C. L . .. 6 

Spokes, packed or securely tied in 

bundles A 

Same, C. L., all-rail shipments may 

be taken loose P 

Wheels and Bodies, unfinished, L. C. L. 4 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 15,000 lbs 5 

Wagon Parts, wood, unpainted, N. O. 
S., K. D., and packed in crates or 

bundles 5 

Veneering, or wood built up, or com- 
pound, less than J/g of an inch in 



Class if 
Veneering — Continued. Released 

thickness, manufactured of pine, 
poplar, oak, elm, basswood, birch, 
chestnut, laurel, gum, walnut, or 
cedar, packed, L. C. L.. 4 

Same, Vg of an inch or over in thickness, 

L. C. L . 6 

Same, straight or mixed, C. L.; Lumber 
rate, plus 20 per cent. 

W 
Washing Crystals 4 

Water, viz.: 
Aerated (such as Moxie) ; same as Water, 

mineral. 
Mineral, in glass or stone, packed, C. L. 6 

Mineral, in wood, L. C. L 5 

Same, C. L 6 

Water-closet Tanks and Seats, wooden, 

crated or boxed 3 

Wheelbarrows, viz.: 

Iron, S. U., L. C. L 3 

Iron or wood, K. D., trays nested and 
strapped, wheels and handles 

packed separately, L. C. L 4 

Whiting, viz.: 

In boxes 3 

In barrels. 6 

N. O. S 5 

Wire Cloth, in rolls, boxes, casks, or 

crates, C. L 6 

Wood, Fire, C. L Special rates 

Woodenware, where C. L. commodity 
rates are provided, min. wt. 12,000 
lbs. 
Wool, viz.: 

Mineral--. 5 

N. O. S., in bags, two or more securely 

corded together or pressed in bales. 3 
Unwashed, in bags 4 

Y 

Yeast, in wood, and Yeast cakes in boxes 3 



120 



N. C. COKPORATION COMMISSIOJ^f 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD. 

(Applicable between Atlantic Coast Line Railroad stations, except Wadesboro, Perkins, Morven, 
McFarlan, and Gibson, N. C.) 

CLASS AND COMMODITY RATES IN CENTS. 



Distance 



Per 100 Pounds 



Per 
Bbl. 



Per 100 Pounds 



N 





5i 


41 


6^ 


5 


6J 


5 


7 


5§ 


7 


5§ 


7i 


6§ 


7h 


6i 


9 


7 


9 


7 


10 


7 


10 


7 


101 


7i 


lU 


71 


12 


8 


12i 


8 


13 


9 


13 


9 


14i 


9i 


15 


9^ 


15i 


10 


15i 


10 


15^ 


10^ 


15i 


lOi 


15§ 


IH 


15^ 


lU 


m 


12 


m 


12i 


m 


m 


15^ 


13 


15i 


13 


15i 


14 


151 


14 


15J 


m 


16 


14J 


16 


15 


16 


15 


16 


15i 


16 


15^ 


16 


161 


16 


m 


16 


m 


16^ 


m 


m 


m 



5 miles and under. 



7 and 

10 and 

12 and 

15 and 

17 and 

.20 and 

22 and 

25 and 

27 and 

30 and 

35 and 

40 and 

45 and 

50 and 

55 and 

60 and 

65 and 

70 and 

75 and 

80 and 

85 and 

90 and 

95 and 

100 and 

110 and 

120 and 

130 and 

140 and 

150 and 

160 and 

170 and 

180 and 

190 and 

200 and 

210 and 

220 and 

230 and 

240 and 

250 and 

260 and 

270 and 

280 and 



over 
over 
over 
over 
over 
over 
over 
over 
over 
over 
over 30. 
over 35- 
over 40- 
over 45- 
over 50- 
over 55- 
over 60 _ 
over 65- 
over 70- 
over 75- 
over 80. 
over 85- 
over 90. 
over 95. 
over 100- 
over 110- 
over 120. 
over 130- 
over 140. 
over 150. 
over 160- 
over 170- 
over 180- 
over 190. 
over 200- 
over 210- 
over 220- 
over 230- 
over 240- 
over 250- 
over 260- 
over 270- 



22i 
22i 
261 
261 
30 22^ 
30 25 
34 25 
34 29 
36i 31| 
32i 
34 
35 

m 

371 
39 
40 
4U 



5U42i 



71 
7h 
10 
IH 

m 
m 

14 
14 
15 
15 
161 

m 

17i 

19 

20 

20 

2H 

2U 

22t 

22i 

24 

24 

29 24 

30 25 
m 25 
3U 26i 
32i|26| 
32i;27| 
34 J27| 
36i}30 
37i32| 
39 
39 
39 
39 
40 
4H 
411 

m 

45 
45 



10 
10 
10 
10 
IH 
lU 
12i 

14 
14 
15 
15 
15 
164 

m 
m 

m 

2U,19 
2U[l9 
22^120 
22^20 



164111 
17412 



174 



19 

20 

20 

20 

20 

214, 

21|'15 

224'l5 

224 164 



64 

74 

74 

9 

9 
10 
10 
114 
114 
124 
124 
124 
124 
14 
14 
14 
14 
15 
15 
15 
164 
16411 



114 

114 

12 
12 
13 
13 
14 
14 
214J14 
22415 



10 
10 
10 
10 
114 
114 

114 
114 

124 

124 

124 

124 

124 

14 

14 

14 

14 

15 

15 
164 
164 

174 
174 
174 
19 
19 
19 
20 
20 
214 
214 
224 
224 
24 
24 
25 



10 

12 
124 
14 
14 
164 
164 
174 
174 
20 
20 
20 
20 
224 
224 
224 
224 
264'24 
264^24 
274124 
274'264 
274i264 
274j264 

29 264 

30 |274 
314274 
31430 
32430 
324 324 
34 34 
364 34 



37J 



10 
10 
10 
104 

374104 
374114 

40 I114 
424114 
42412 



10 
10 
10 
11 
11 
11 
114 
114 
114 
124 
84124 



524:144 
524'l5 



84 



84 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT KATES 



121 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD— Continued. 

TABLE OF COMMODITY RATES, IN CENTS PER HUNDRED POUNDS, EXCEPT AS 
OTHERWISE SPECIFIED, 



Distances 



•i-iO 



--3^3 CO 






O <D 



+^ C o 

CK = *^ :3 



CL LCL 



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O !h o 

!-l e3 ii 
HUPh 



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ap 



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OH 









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R 3 S 

:3ao 



pq m;^ 



^ 




2i 


4 


3 


5 


3 


5 


3 


51 


3 


5§ 


^ 


6 


3i 


6 


3i 


6§ 


3i 


6i 


3* 


7 


3i 


7 


3i 


7 


3i 


7 


4 


71 


4 


7i 


4 


7i 


4 


7i 


4 


7i 


4 


71 


4 


8 


4 


8 


4 


8 


4 


8 


4§ 


8 


4§ 


8 


4^ 


8i 


4§ 


81 


41 


8J 


41 


8i 


41 


8i 


4* 


8i 


41 


8i 


41 


8§ 


4i 


81 


4* 


81 


5 


81 


5 


8i 


5 


8J 


5 


8i 


5 


9 


5 


9 


5 


9J 


5 


91 


5 


9^ 


5 


10 


5^ 


10 



aa§ 



5 miles and 
7 and over 
10 and over 
12 and over 
15 and over 
17 and over 
20 and over 
22 and over 
25 and over 
27 and over 
30 and over 
32 and over 
35 and over 
37 and over 
40 and over 
42 and over 
45. and over 
47 and over 
50 and over 
52 and over 
55 and over 
57 and over 
60 and over 
62 and over 
65 and over 
67 and over 
70 and over 
72 and over 
75 and over 
77 and over 
80 and over 
82 and over 
85 and over 
87 and over 
90 and over 
92 and over 
95 and over 
97 and over 
100 and over 
110 and over 
120 and over 
130 and over 
140 and over 
150 and over 
160 and over 
170 and over 



under. 

5 

7 

10 

12 

15 

17 

20 

22 

25 

27 

30 

32 

35 

37 

40 

42 

45 

47 

50 

52 

55 

57 

60...-. 

62 

65.... 
67...., 

70 

72 

75-... 
77...., 



165 
165 
190 
190 
195 
195 
200 
200 
205 
205 
210 
210 
215 
215 
220 
225 
225 
225 
230 
230 
235 
235 
240 
240 
245 
245 
250 
250 
255 
255 
260 
260 
265 
265 
270 
270 
275 
275 
280 
295 
295 
310 
310 
325 
325 
340 



70 
90 
90 
90 
90 
100 
100 
100 
100 
110 
110 
110 
110 
120 
120 
130 
130 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
150 
150 
150 
150 
150 
150 
150 
150 
160 
160 
160 
160 
160 
160 
170 
170 
170 
170 



80 
90 
90 
100 
100 
100 
100 
110 
110 
110 
110 
120 
120 
120 
120 
130 
130 
130 
130 
130 
130 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
150 
150 
150 
150 
160 
160 
160 



90 
90 
110 
110 
130 
130 
130 
130 
140 
140 
140 
140 
150 
150 
150 
150 
160 
160 
160 
160 
160 
160 
170 
170 
170 
170 
180 
180 
180 
180 
180 
180 
190 
190 
190 
190 
200 
200 
200 
200 
200 
210 
210 
220 
220 
230 



1100 
1250 
1250 
1400 
1400 
1400 
1400 
1500 
1500 
1650 
1650 
1950 
1950 
1950 
1950 
2200 
2200 
2200 
2200 
2350 
2350 
2350 
2350 
2350 
2350 
2350 
2350 
2500 
2500 
2500 
2500 
2500 
2500 
2500 
2500 
2600 
2600 
2600 
2600 
2600 
2750 
2750 
2900 
2900 
3300 
3450 



80 
90 
90 
110 
110 
120 
120 
130 
130 
140 
140 
140 
140 
150 
150 
160 
160 
160 
160 
170 
170 
180 
180 
180 
180 
190 
190 
190 
190 
200 
200 
210 
210 
210 
210 
220 
220 
230 
230 
230 
240 
240 
250 
260 
280 
280 



122 



N. C. COKPOKATION COMMISSION" 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD— Continued. 

TABLE OF COMMODITY RATES— Continued. 



Distances 


'a 

i 
-^ 

SI 

a 

■Ss" 


Cement, in Bags, Actual Weight, 
in Barrels, Estimated Weight, 
Portland, 400 Pounds; N. 0. S., 
300 Pounds Per Barrel; C. L., 
40,000 Pounds Minimum 


o 
H 

d§ 

o <o 


1 
s 

I 

i 

m 
a 

i 
1 


Cotton Seed and Cotton- 
seed Hulls, C. L., Minimum 
10 Tons, Per Ton 2,000 
Pounds 


PQ X 

III 

isl 


•is 

§8 
OH 

;^H 


-a 
1 

a 

dg 

^-(^ 

038 

6^ 


sa§ 

^B< 


.a 2^ 

^ B 

¥.& 

111 




CL 


LCL 


^^^ 


180 and over 170 


340 
365 
365 
380 
380 
395 
395 
410 
410 
425 
425 


12 
12 

m 

13 
13 
131 

m 

14 
14 
141 


180 
180 
190 
190 
190 
200 
200 
200 
200 
210 
210 
210 
220 


48 
49 
50 
51 
51 
51 
51 
51 
51 
51 
51 


180 
190 
190 
190 
190 
190 
190 
200 
200 
200 
200 


230 
230 
230 
240 
240 
240 
240 
250 
250 
250 
250 


3600 
3700 
3850 
3850 
4000 
4000 
4150 
4150 
4250 
4250 


290 
290 
300 
310 
310 
320 
330 
330 
340 
340 
350 
360 
360 


51 

5i 

5i 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6§ 

6i 


101 
lOi 

11 

11 

lU 

Hi 

12 

12 

121 

121 

13 


91 


190 and over 180 


91 


200 and over 190 


9i 
10 


210 and over 200 


220 and over 210 


10 


230 and over 220 


10 


240 and over 230 


10 


250 and over 240 . 


10 


260 and over 250 .. 


10 


270 and over 260 


10 


280 and over 270 


10 


290 and over 280 


11* 


300 and over 290 


















lU 























IJS'TEASTATE FREIGHT KATES 



123 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD— Continued. 

TABLE OF COMMODITY RATES, IN CENTS PER HUNDRED POUNDS, EXCEPT AS 
OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. 







i 

o 


io 




73 

3 


Naval 
Stores 




Plaster 


W 











5 


Ph8 


ite or Stone, Re 
wed, Sand-rubb 
hiiseled, Boxed c 
ht 30,000 Pound 


PU 
1 






73 
P4 






i 








§ 














to 

1 


o s 


1 






d 

PL, M 




CO 

CO 


Ah 
1 







Distances 






bs. Gran 
; also Sa 
red or C 
um Weig 


03 



1 

U 






6 


<3 


GO 










-H^ 


S^%^ 


o3 


g 








^ 





- 5r! 






!3o 


1- 







1 


1 




H^ 


It 




a 




^1 






-2o 


•on 


o|^^ 


fl 




a 


^1 





Is 


^r 


n 






U o 

1^ 


m 

% o3Ph 


Marble, B 
quarried, 
(or Slushe 
Crated, C 


'0 


'% 


H 

.-§ 
'C 

'a 




Is 



II 


1^ 


6 
1 


Si 

^0 


5 miles and under 


80 


21 


4 


5 


5i 


6i 


71 


5 


41 


900 


9 


621 


7 and over 


5 


80 


3 


4i 


61 


5i 


61 


71 


6 


51 


900 


9 


62i 


10 and over 


7 


90 


3 


4i 


61 


51 


6i 


10 


6 


51 


1050 


10 


621 


12 and over 


10 


90 


3 


5 


7 


5i 


61 


111 


61 


6 


1050 


10 


69 


15 and over 


12 


100 


3 


5 


7 


61 


91 


111 


61 


6 


1150 


111 


69 


17 and over 


15 


100 


31 


5i 


n 


6J 


91 


121 


7 


61 


1150 


111 


75 


20 and over 


17 


100 


3i 


5i 


n 


61 


lU 


121 


7 


61 


1250 


161 


75 


22 and over 


20 


100 


31 


6 


8 


6§ 


lU 


131 


71 


7 


1250 


161 


75 


25 and over 


22 


110 


^ 


6 


8 


61 


lU 


131 


71 


7 


1350 


161 


75 


27 and over 


25 


110 


31 


6 


9 


6i 


111 


141 


8 


71 


1350 


161 


75 


30 and over 


27 


110 


3i 


6 


9 


61 


111 


141 


8 


71 


1450 


171 


75 


32 and over 


30 


110 


3^ 




9i 


6i 


111 


141 


8 


71 


1450 


171 


871 


35 and over 


32 


120 


3^ 




9f 


7 


121 


141 


8 


71 


1550 


19 


871 


37 and over 


35 


120 






10 


7 


12i 


151 


81 


8 


1550 


19 


871 


40 and over 


37 - 


120 






10 


7i 


13 


151 


81 


8 


1600 


211 


871 


42 and over 


40 


120 






m 


71 


13 


151 


81 


8 


1600 


211 


100 


45 and over 


42 


130 






m 


10 


151 


151 


81 


8 


1600 


211 


100 


47 and over 


45... 


130 






lU 


10 


151 


161 


81 


8 


1600 


211 


100 


50 and over 


47 


130 






111 


10 


151 


161 


81 


8 


1600 


211 


100 


52 and over 


50 


130 






111 


10 


151 


161 


9 


81 


1600 


211 


1121 


55 and over 


52 


130 






111 


m 


161 


161 


9 


81 


1700 


221 


1121 


57 and over 


55 


130 






12§ 


m 


161 


171 


9 


81 


1700 


221 


112§ 


60 and over 


57 


140 






12i 


m 


161 


171 


9 


81 


1700 


22i 


1121 


62 and over 


60 


140 






121 


m 


161 


171 


9 


81 


1700 


22| 


1121 


65 and over 


62... 


140 






m 


m 


161 


171 


9 


81 


1700 


24 


1121 


67 and over 


65 


140 






14 


m 


161 


181 


91 


9 


1700 


24 


1121 


70 and over 


67 


140 






14 


m 


171 


181 


91 


9 


1800 


24 


1121 


72 and over 


70... 


140 






14 


m 


171 


181 


91 


9 


1800 


24 


125 


75 and over 


72. 


140 






14 


11 


19 


181 


91 


9 


1800 


24 


125 


77 and over 


75 


140 






15 


11 


19 


191 


91 


9 


1800 


24 


125 


80 and over 


77 


140 




n 


15 


11 


19 


191 


91 


9 


1800 


24 


125 


82 and over 


80 


140 




8 


15 


11 


19 


191 


10 


9 


1800 


24 


125 


85 and over 


82 


150 




8 


15 


11 


19 


191 


10 


9 


1900 


25 


125 


87 and over 


85. 


150 




8 


16i 


11 


19 


191 


10 


9 


1900 


25 


125 


90 and over 


87.. 


150 




8 


m 


IH 


191 


191 


10 


9 


1900 


25 


125 


92 and over 


90 


150 




8 


16i 


lU 


191 


201 


10 


9 


1900 


25 


1371 


95 and over 


92 


160 


5 


8 


m 


11§ 


191 


201 


10 


9 


1900 


25 


1371 


97 and over 


95.. 


160 


5 


8^ 


m 


lU 


191 


201 


10 


9 


1900 


25 


1371 


100 and over 


97 


160 


5 


81 


m 


lU 


191 


201 


10 


9 


2000 


25 


1371 



124 



ISr. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD— Continued. 

TABLE OF COMMODITY RATES-Continued. 





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i= 


2 oj ^ m 


13 


Naval 
Stores 


jn 

s 


Plaster 






o 




H 


A.O 




O 
P-l 






T3 






CO 
















1^ 




1 


.3^ 


or Stone, 
d, Sand-ru 
eled, Boxe 
30,000 Pou 


s 


1 




-2^ 

03 

d 




CD 




H 


d 




a 


o :i 


¥M 




H 




gyH 






o 


^ 


3 


Distances 


"S 


^1 














C3 

o 


1 






§ 


3§ 

O " 


i<l% 


^ 


O 








^ 


M 

a 


.°<3 




^i 


Si ■ 


r.^.U 


c3 


03 




5f1 




s 


:75 a 


o 






So 


o9 


O c3 03 5! 


t 

O 


^ 
o 

£ 






^ 


^ 




.3 


03 Ph 

^1 




5o 


T.« 


oj^^^ 







a 


^■c^ 


O 


^.s 


^fi: 


^ 






^3 S 2 


Marble, B 
quarried, 
(or Slushe 
Crated, C 


§ ■ 


03 


1 


11 


o 




1.S 

03 m 
11 


o 

O 

H 


Ic3 


110 and over 100 


160 


5 


8^ 


19 


Hi 


191 


20i 


104 


94 


2000 


264 


1374 


120 and over 110 


160 


5 


9 


20 


12 


2H 


21i 


104 


94 


2100 


264 


150 


130 and over 120 


170 


5 


9 


2U 


12 


24 


2U 


11 


10 


2200 


274 


150 


140 and over 130 


170 


5 


9 


22i 


12i 


24 


22i 


11 


10 


2200 


274 


1624 


150 and over 140 


180 


5 


9 


22i 


13 


25 


22i 


11 


10 


2300 


294 


1624 


160 and over 150 


180 


5 


9 


24 


13 


25 


23^ 


114 


104 


2300 


294 


175 


170 and over 160. 


180 


5J 


9 


24 


13 


261 


24^ 


114 


104 


2400 


30 


175 


180 and over 170 


180 


5^ 


9 


25 


13 


26^ 


241 


12 


11 


2400 


30 


1874 


190 and over 180 


190 


5^ 


9 


25 


14 


27i 


254 


12 


11 


2500 


304 


200 


200 and over 190 


190 


5i 


9 


25 


14 


27i 


25J 


124 


114 


2500 


304 


2124 


210 and over 200... 


190 


6 


9 


261 


141 


28 


251 


124 


114 


2600 


314 


219 


220 and over 210 


190 


6 


9 


261 


14^ 


28 


251 


13 


12 


2600 


314 


219 


230 and over 220 


190 


6 


9 


261 


14J. 


29 


27i 


13 


12 


2700 


314 


219 


240 and over 230 


190 


6 


9 


27§ 


14i 


29 


271 


134 


124 


2700 


314 


219 


250 and over 240 


200 


6 


9 


27i 


15 


291 


274 


134 


124 


2700 


32 


225 


260 and over 250 


200 


6 


9 


27i 


15 


291 


274 


14 


13 


2800 


32 


225 


270 and over 260 


200 


65- 


9 


27^ 


15^ 


30 


274 


14 


13 


2800 


324 


225 


280 and over 270 


200 


6^ 


9 


29 


15i 


30 


274 


144 


134 


2800 


324 


225 


290 and over 280 








29 
29 












2900 
2900 






300 and over 290 . . 






























1 













INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



125 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD— Continued. 

TABLE OF COMMODITY RATES IN CENTS. 







Clay, Gravel, 






Unwashed, 






C.L., Mini- 






mum Marked 






Capacity of 




Logs, Rough, 


Car, Except 


^ 


All Kinds, 


Where Car 




Per Car 40,000 


is Loaded to 


Distances 


Pounds, 


Full Visible 




Excess in 


Capacity, in 




Proportion 


Which Case 
Actual Weight 

Will be 

Charged for. 

Per Ton 2,000 

Pounds 


10 miles 


650 
750 
900 
1000 
1150 
1250 
1400 
1500 
1650 
1750 
1900 
2000 
2150 
2250 
2400 
• 2500 
2650 
2650 
2750 
2750 
2900 
2900 
3000 
3000 
3150 
3150 
3250 
3250 
3400 
3400 


30 


20 miles 


40 


30 miles 


40 


40 miles 


50 


50 miles 


60 


60 miles 


60 


70 miles 


70 


80 miles .. 


70 


90 miles 


80 


100 miles 


80 


110 miles 


90 


120 miles 


90 


130 miles . 


90 


140 miles 


90 


150 miles 


100 


160 miles . 


100 


170 miles 


110 


180 miles 


110 


190 miles .... 


110 


200 miles 


110 


210 miles . 


120 


220 miles . .. . 


120 


230 miles 


120 


240 miles 


120 


250 miles 


120 


260 miles 


120 


270 miles 


130 


280 miles 


130 


290 miles 


130 


300 miles 


130 







126 



N. C. COKPORATION COMMISSION 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD— Continued. 

Joint freight tariff on classes and commodities between Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Stations 

(Yadkin Division) and Southern Railway Stations, Mount Airy-Sanford Branch, 

Ramseur Branch, and Madison Branch, via Sanford, N. C. 

(For distances, see pages 129 and 130.) 

CLASS RATES, IN CENTS. 



Distances 



5 miles and 
10 and over 
15 and over 
20 and over 
25 and over 
30 and over 
35 and over 
40 and over 
45 and over 
50 and over 
55 and over 
60 and over 
65 and over 
70 and over 
75 and over 
80 and over 
85 and over 
90 and over 
95 and over 
100 and over 
110 and over 
120 and over 
130 and over 
140 and over 
150 and over 
160 and over 
170 and over 
180 and over 
190 and over 
200 and over 
210 and over 
220 and over 
230 and over 
240 and over 
250 and over 



under- 

5 

10 

15 

20 

25 

30 

35 

40 

45 

50 

55 



95.. 
100. 
110. 
120- 
130- 
140. 
150- 
160- 
170. 
180- 
190- 
200- 
210. 
220- 
230- 
240- 



Per 100 Pounds 



18 30 



Per 
Bbl. 



Per 100 
Pounds 



K 



61 



Per Car- 
load as 
Per Classi- 
fication 



8! 



900 
1000 
1100 
1200 
1400 
1600 
1700 
1800 
1900 
2000 
2100 
2200 
2300 
2400 
2500 
2600 
2700 
2800 
2900 
2900 
3000 
3100 
3200 
3300 
3400 
3400 
3500 
3500 
3600 
3700 
3800 
3900 
4000 
4000 
4100 



700 
800 
900 
1000 
1100 
1100 
1200 
1200 
1300 
1300 
1400 
1400 
1500 
1500 
1600 
1600 
1700 
1700 
1800 
1800 
1900 
2000 
2000 
2100 
2100 
2200 
2200 
2300 
2300 
2400 
2400 
2500 
2500 
2600 
2600 



500 
650 
750 
850 
950 
1050 
1150 
1200 
1200 
1200 
1300 
1300 
1300 
1400 
1400 
1400 
1500 
1500 
1500 
1600 
1600 
1700 
1700 
1800 
1900 
1900 
2000 
2000 
2100 
2100 
2200 
2200 
2300 
2300 
2300 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



127 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD— Continued. 

COMMODITY RATES IN CENTS PER 100 POUNDS. 



Distances 



Naval Stores 



53 O 






O 0) o o 



- o 



rt c3 CO — 

o f §H 






7 m: 

12 m 

17 m: 

22 m 

27 m: 

32 m 

37 m 

42 m 

47 m: 

52 m: 

57 m 

62 m 

67 m 

72 m 

77 m 

82 m 

87 mi 

92 m 

97 m 

100 m 

110 m 

120 m 

130 m 

140 m 

150 m 

160 m 

170 m 

180 m: 

190 m 

200 m: 

210 m 

220 m 

230 m 

240 m 

250 m 



es and under... 
es and over 7. 
es and over 12. 
es and over 17. 
es and over 22. 
es and over 27. 
es and over 32. 
es and over 37. 
es and over 42. 
es and over 47. 
es and over 52. 
es and over 57. 
es and over 62. 
es and over 67. 
es and over 72. 
es and over 77. 
88 and over 82. 
es and over 87. 
es and over 92. 
es and over 97. 
es and over 100. 
es and over 110. 
es and over 120 
es and over 130. 
es and over 140. 
es and over 150. 
es and over 160. 
es and over 170. 
es and over 180. 
es and over 190. 
es and over 200. 
and over 210. 
es and over 220. 
es and over 230. 
es and over 240. 



6i 



10 

10 

11 

11 

12 

12 

12i 

13 

13 

13 

m 

14 
14 



9§ 
9i 

10 

11 

12 

12 

12 

13 

14 

14 

14 

14^ 

14i 

15 

15 

15i 

15J 

15J 

16 



8 

9 

91 
10 
11 
12 
12 
12 
12^ 
13 
13 
14 
14 
14 
15 
15 
16 
16 
17 
17 
18 
18 
20 
20 
21 
22 
22 
22i 
23 
23 
23 
23i 
23i 
23i 
24 



100 
100 
105 
105 
110 
110 
115 
115 
120 
120 
125 
125 
125 
125 
130 
130 
135 
140 
140 
150 
150 
155 
155 
160 
160 
165 
165 
170 
170 



85 

85 

90 

90 

90 

95 

95 

95 

100 

100 

105 

110 

120 

120 

125 

130 

135 

140 

150 

150 

155 

155 

160 

160 

165 



128 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD— Continued. 

COMMODITY RATES IN CENTS PER 100 POUNDS— Continued. 



Distances 


s 

'a 
W 
a 

i 
6 


iL 


^B 

II 

3 o 


Is 

C 2 

S o a 


o 


§ o o 


g-a 

111 


o u 
-^ 

Tb 

o oo 




7 
9 
11 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
22 
23 
23 
24 
24 
25 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
36 
37 
37 
38 


60 
75 
85 
95 
105 
110 
115 
120 
125 
130 
135 
140 
145 
150 
155 
160 
165 
170 
175 
180 
185 
190 
195 
200 
210 
220 
225 
230 
235 
240 
245 
250 
255 
260 
265 


2 

2i 
3 

^ 

3i 

4 

4 

4 

4J 

^ 

4i 

5 

5 

5 

H 

5h 

5h 

5i 

6 

6 

6 

6^ 

61 

6i 

7 

I 

n 
n 
n 

8 
8 
8 
8 
8i 


6 
8 
9 

10 
12 
13 
14 
14 
15 
15 
16 
16 
17 
17 
18 
18 
19 
19 
20 
20 
20 
21 
21 
22 
22 
24 
26 
28 
29 
30 
31 
31 
32 
32 
33 


4 

5 

5^ 
6 

6i 

7 

7^ 

8 

8i 

9 

9 
10 
10 
11 
11 
12 
12 
13 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
18 
19 
19 
20 
20 
20 
21 
21 
21 
22 
22 


60 
60 
60 
60 
65 
65 
65 
65 
65 
65 
65 
65 
67 
67 
67 
67 
67 
67 
67 
67 
67 
67 
70 
70 
70 
70 
75 
75 
75 
75 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 


50 

50 

55 

60 

60 

60 

70 

70 

80 

80 

100 

100 

110 

110 

120 

120 

125 

125 

125 

125 

135 

135 

145 

145 


421 




45 


15 miles and over 10 


20 miles and over 15 


45 


25 miles and over 20 


45 


30 miles and over 25 


45 




55 




55 


45 miles and over 40 


60 
60 




75 


60 miles and over 55 


75 


65 miles and over 60 




70 miles and over 65 




75 miles and over 70 




80 miles and over 75 




















110 miles and over 100 




120 miles and over 110 




130 miles and over 120 




140 miles and over 130 




150 miles and over 140 




160 miles and over 150 






170 miles and over 160 












190 miles and over 180. 






200 miles and over 190 






210 miles and over 200 






220 miles and over 210 






230 miles and over 220 






240 miles and over 230 






250 miles and over 240 













INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



129 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD— Continued. 

RATES ON ROUGH LOGS, ALL KINDS. 
Per car 40,000 pounds, excess in proportion. 



Distances 


Rate 


Distances 


Rate 


10 miles 


$ 5.00 

6.00 

7.00 

8.00 

9.00 

10.00 

11.00 

12.00 

13.00 

14.00 

15.00 

16.00 

17.00 


140 miles 


$ 18.00 


20 miles ... . 


150 miles 


19.00 


30 miles 


160 miles 


20.00 


40 miles... 


170 miles 


21.00 


50 miles 


180 miles . 


21.00 


60 miles 


190 miles 


22.00 


70 miles 


200 miles. ... ... 


22.00 


80 miles 


210 miles 


23.00 


90 miles 


220 miles ' 


23.00 


100 miles 


230 miles 


24.00 


110 miles 


240 miles 


24.00 


120 miles 


250 miles 


25.00 


130 miles 











Part 1—9 



130 



N. C. CORPORATIOTsT COMMISSION 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD— Continued. 

TABLE OF DISTANCES. 

Between Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Stations (Yadkin Division) and Southern Railway Statioi 
(Mount Airy-Sanford Branch, Ramseur Branch, and Madison Branch), via Sanford, N. C. 





1 




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d 




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B 


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§ 

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1 


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1 

a 


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d 

o 


Xi 


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d 
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^3 


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S 






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w 




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M 


Wilmington to 


Sanford 












1 














1 1 
1 










Wilmington 


N. C. 


242 203 187 137 204 139 182'l82 168 1261228 206 184 215 133 181 129 206 184 


164 


225 


Richards 


N. C. 


232:193,177 127[194 129,172 172 158|116;218,196 174,205 123 171 119 196 174 


154 


215 


Montague 


N. C. 


226 187 


171 121 188 123 166,166 152 110 212 190 168,199 117il65 113 190 168 


148 


209 


Currie 


.....N.C. 


223 184 168 118 185 120 163 163 149 107 209'l87 165 196 114 162 110 187 165 


145 


206 


Rooks.... 


N.C. 


220 181 165 115 182 117 160 160 146 104 206'l84 162 193 111159 107 184 162 


142 203 




N.C. 


217178162112 179 114 157'l57'l43 101 2n3'l8l '159190 108 156 104 181 159 


139 200 


Rankin 


.....N.C. 


216177161111178 


113 156 156 142 100 202^180 158 1891,07 155 103 180 158 


138 


199 


Ivanhoe 


.....N.C. 


209^0154 104,171 


106 149 149 135 


93 195 


173 


151182 100,148 96173151 


131 


192 


Kerr 


N.C. 


205'l66 ISo'lOO 167 


102 


145 


145131 


89191 


169 


147 178 


96144 


92 


169147 


127 


188 


Tomahawk 


N.C. 


200'l61 


145 


95^162 


97 


140140 126 


84 186 


164 


142173 


91 


139 


87 


164 142 


122183 


Garland 


N.C. 


194 


155 


139 


89'156 


91 


134 


134 


120 


78180 


158 


136 167 


85 


133 


81 


158136 


116 177 


Purkersburg 


N.C. 


190 


151 


135 


85 


152 


87 


130 


130 


116 


74 176 


154 


132 163 


81 


129 


77 


154 


1.32 


112173 


Wrights 


N.C. 


188 


149 


133 


83 


150 


85 


128 


128 


114 


72,174 


152 


130 161 


79 


127 


75 


152 


130 


110 171 


Mintz 


N.C. 


184 


1^5 


129 


79 


146 


81 


124 


124 


110 


68 170 


148 


126 


157 


75 


123 


71 


148 


126 


106 167 


Roseboro 


N.C. 


181 


142 


126 


76143 


78 


121 


121 


107 


65167 


145 


123 


154 


72 


120 


68 


145 


123 


103 164 


Autryville 


N.C. 


172 


133 


117 


67134 


69 


112 


112 


98 


56158 


136 


114 


145 


63 


111 


59 


136114 


94155 


Steadman.. 


N.C. 


169 


130 


114 


64 131 


66 


109 


109 


95 


53 155 


133 


111142 


60 108 


56133:111 


91152 


Vander 


N.C. 


165 


126 110 


60 127 


62105 


105 


91 


49^151 


129 107 138 


56104 


52 129107 


87148 


Fayetteville 


N.C. 


158 


119103 


53 120 


55 


98 


98 


84 


42 144 


122 100 131 


49 97 


45122JIOO 


80141 


Princes 


N.C. 


148 


109 


93 


43no 


45 


88 


88 


74 


32,134 


112 


90 121 


39 87 


35 


112 


90 


70131 


Manchester 


N.C. 


146 


107 


91 


41108 


43 


86 


86 


72 


30 132 


110 


88 119 


37 


85 


33 


110 


88 


68 J 29 


Spout Springs 


.N.C. 


140 


101 


85 


35102 


37 


80 


80 


66 


21126 


104 


82 113 


31 


79 


27 


104 


82 


62 123 


Olivia.. 


N.C. 


133 


94 


78 


28 


95 


30 


73 


73 


59 


17119 


97 


75 106 


24 


72 


20 


97 


75 


55 116 


Swanns 


N.C. 


131 


92 


76 


26 


93 


28 


71 


71 


57 


15117 


95 


73 104 


22 


70 


18 


95 


73 


53114 


.lonesboro 


N.C. 


125 


86 


70 


20 


87 


22 


65 


65 


51 


9111 


89 


67 


98 


16 


64 


12 


89 


67 


47108 


Santord 


N r. 













































Hope Mills to Hasty 












































Hope Mills 


N.C. 


164 


125109 


59 


126 


61 


104 


104 


90 


48' 150 


128 


106137 


55 


103 


51 


128106 


86 147 


McNatts 


N.C. 


173 


134|118 


68135 


70 


113 


113 


99 


57159 137 


115146 


64 


112 


60 


137|115 


95 156 


Lumber Bridge... 


N.C. 


175 


136,120 


70 137 


72 


115 


115 


101 


59 161 139 


117148 


66 


114 


62 


139117 


97158 


Shannon 


N.C. 


180 


141 


125 


75142 


77 


120 


120 


106 


64 166 144 


122153 


71 


119 


67 


144122 


102 163 


Red Springs 


N.C. 


183 


144 


128 


78 


145 


80 


123 


123 


109 


67 


169147 


125156 


74 


122 


70 


147^125 


105166 


Wakulla 


N. C. 


188 


149 


133 


83 


150 


85 


128 


128 


114 


72 


174152 


130,161 


79 


127 


75 


152 130 


110171 


Floral College 


N.C. 


192 


153 


137 


87 


154 


89 


132 


132 


118 


76 


178,156 


134 


165 


83 


131 


79 


156 134 


114 


175 


Maxton 


N.C. 


195 


156 


140 


90 


157 


92 


135 


135 


121 


79 


181 


159 


137 


168 


86 


134 


82 


159137 


117 


178 


Camerons 


N.C. 


198 


159 


143 


93 


160 


95 


138 


138 


124 


.82 


184 


162 


140 


171 


89 


137 


85 


162jl40 


120 


181 


Johns.. 


N.C. 


201 


162 


146 


96 


163 


98 


141 


141 


127 


85 


187 


165 


143 


174 


92 


140 


88 


165 


143 


123 


184 


Hasty.. 


N.C. 


203 


164 


148 


98 


165 


100 


143 


143 


129 


87 


189 


>. 


145 


"' 


94 


142 


90 


167 


145 


125 


186 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



131 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD— Continued. 
TABLE OF DISTANCES. IN MILES— Continued. 



FROM 



Wilmington to Sanford 

Wilmington N. C. 

Richards N. C. 

Montague N. C. 

Currie N. C. 

Rooks.-.. N. C. 

Atkinson N. C. 

Rankin N. C. 

Ivanhoe N. C 

Kerr N. C. 

Tomahawk N. C 

Garland N. C 

Parkersburg N. C. 

Wrights N. C. 

Mintz N. C. 

Roseboro N. C. 

Autryville N. C. 

Steadman N. C. 

Vander N. C. 

Fayetteville ...N. C. 

Princes N. C. 

Manchester N. C. 

Spout Springs. N. C. 

Olivia ....N. C. 

Swanns N. C. 

Jonesboro N. C. 

Sanford. N. C. 

Hope Mills to Hasty 

Hope Mills - N. C 

McNatts N. C. 

Lumber Bridge ..N. C. 

Shannon... N. C. 

Red Springs N. C. 

Wakulla ....N. C. 

Floral College N. C. 

Maxton.... N. C. 

Camerons. N. C. 

Johns N. C. 

Hasty N. C. 



172 210 

162 200 

156194 

153191 

150 188 

147'185 

146 184 

139177 

135 173| 

130 168[ 

124 162 

120158 

118il56 

114152 

111149 

102 140 

99J137 

95 133 

88ll26 

78ill6 

76114 

70 ' 108 

63101 

61 1 99 

55 93 



79 94132 
88103 141 
90 105 143 
95J110148 
98113|l51 
103'll8!l56 
107 122160 
110 125|l63 
113128:166 
116131169 
118133171 



-c PI 
.1^ o 



207 250 
197 240 
191 234 
231 



141 236 
131 226 
125 220 
122217 
119214 
116211 
115210 



80175 
711166 



108i203|l98 
104Jl99[194 
99194J189 
93jl88,183 
891184 179 
87|l82 177 
831178 173 
170 
161 
68J163J158 
64 159 154 
57152 147 
47 142 137 
45 140 135 
39 134[l29 
32|127jl22 
30 1251120 
24 119 114 



O' 



Phi Ph 



186 170'203 



176160 193 210 



170 



154 187 



220 



204 



145 153 199 
135 143 189 
129 137 183 



129 172 
138181 



140J183 

145188 
148191 
153|196 
157 200 
130!l60 203 
133:163 206 
136 166 209 
138168'211 



63 158 
72 167 

74169j 
79174 
82177 
871182 
9l!l86 
94 189 
97192 
100195' 
102197 



151184 201 
148'l81jl98 
145178195 
160J144 177J194 
l53|l37170187J 
149J133l66{l83| 
144 128 161 178 
138[122 155jl72 
134|118151 168 
132116 149 166 
128|ll2|l45 162 
|l25jl09il42 159 
116 100 133 150 
113 97jl30 147 
109J 93126 143 
102, 86 119 136 
92I 76 109126 
74107124 



153 95 
162 104 
164106 
169111 
172114 
177119 
181123 
184'l26 
187|l29 
190132 
192 134 



101118 
94111 
92109 
86 103 



108 92 
117101 
119103 
124:108^ 
127111J 
132 116 
136120 
139,123 
142 126 
145129 
147'l31 



142 
151 
153 
158 
161 
166J 91 
170 95 
173| 98j 
176101 
179J104 
181 106 
I 



134 180 
131177 
128174 
127173 
120 166 
116162 
111 157163 
105 151157 



192 176 

182J166 
176 160 



101147 

99I145 

95|l41 

92138 

83J129 

80 126 

76122J128 

69115 121 

59l0511l| 

57|l03109 

51 97 103 

44 90 96 



I73J157 
170154 
167|l51 
165:150 
159143 
155; 139 
150 134 
144 128 
140|l24 
138J122 
134118 
13l|ll5 
122jl06 
119103 



421 88 
36 82 



75 121 
84130 
86132 
91137 
94 140 
99145 
103 149 
106J152 
109155 
112158 
II4I16O 



94 



96 



127114 
136123 
138^125 
143130 
146 133 
15l|l38 
155|142 
158 145 
16l[l48 
164 151 
166 153 



210 

2C0 
194 
191 
188 
185 
184 
177 
173 
168 
162 
158 
156 
152 
149 
140 
137 
133 
126 
116 
114 
108 
101 
99 



129|163 
132'l66 
135169 
137171 



132 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 

(The rates and charges published for this Company are subject to the increases published on 

pages 183-189, inclusive, effective June 25, 1918, under Order No. 28 of the United 

States Railroad Administration.) 

TABLE OF CLASS RATES, IN CENTS. 
APPLIES LOCALLY AND INTERDIVISIONALLY BETWEEN ALL STATIONS. 



Distances 



5 m 
10 m 
15 m 
20 m 
25 m 
30 m 
35 m 
40 m 
45 m: 
50 m: 
55 m: 
60 m 
65 m 
70 m 
75 m 
80 m 
85 m 
90 m 
95 m 
100 m 
110 m 
120 m 
130 m 
140 m 
150 m 
160 m 
170 m 
180 m 
190 m 
200 m 
210 m 
220 m 
230 m 
240 m 
250 m 
260 m 
270 m 
280 m 
300 m 
320 m 
340 m 
360 m 
380 m 
400 m 
420 m: 
440 m 
460 m: 
480 m 
500 m: 



and under-, 
and over 5 
and over 
and over 
and over 
and over 
and over 
and over 
and over 
and over 
and over 
and over 
and over 
and over 
and over 
and over 
and over 
and over 
and over 
and over 
and over 100 
and over 110. 
and over 120. 
and over 130. 
and over 140. 
and over 150 
and over 160 
and over 170 
and over 180. 
and over 190. 
and over 200 
and over 210. 
and over 220 
and over 230 
and over 240 
and over 250 
and over 260 
and over 270 
and over 280 
and over 300 
and over 320 
and over 340 
and over 360 
and over 380 
and over 400 
and over 420 
and over 440. 
and over 460. 
and over 480. 



Per 100 Pounds 



1 


2 


13 


11 


17 


14 


20 


17 


23 


20 


26 


22 


30 


25 


32 


28 


34 


29 


36 


30 


39 


31 


40 


32 


41 


33 


42 


34 


43 


35 


44 


36 


45 


37 


45 


37 


46 


38 


46 


38 


47 


39 


47 


40 


49 


42 


51 


44 


53 


45 


55 


47 


57 


48 


59 


49 


60 


50 


61 


51 


62 


52 


63 


53 


64 


54 


64 


54 


65 


55 


65 


55 


65 


55 


66 


56 


66 


56 


67 


57 


68 


58 


68 


58 


68 


58 


68 


58 


68 


58 


68 


58 


68 


58 


68 


58 


68 


58 


68 


58 



4 


5 


6 


^ 


B 


*C 


-1 


8 


7 


6 


4 


6 


6 


4 


10 


9 


7 


6 


7 


7 


6 


12 


10 


8 


7 


8 


8 


7 


14 


11 


9 


8 


9 


9 


8 


15 


12 


10 


9 


10 


10 


9 


18 


13 


11 


9 


11 


11 


9 


19 


14 


11 


10 


12 


11 


10 


30 


15 


12 


10 


12 


11 


10 


21 


15 


12 


11 


13 


12 


10 


22 


17 


13 


11 


13 


12 


10 


22 


18 


13 


12 


14 


12 


11 


23 


18 


14 


12 


14 


12 


11 


23 


19 


14 


13 


15 


13 


11 


24 


19 


15 


13 


15 


13 


11 


24 


20 


15 


13 


17 


13 


11 


24 


20 


16 


14 


17 


14 


12 


24 


20 


17 


14 


17 


14 


12 


25 


20 


17 


14 


17 


14 


12 


25 


20 


17 


14 


17 


14 


12 


25 


21 


17 


15 


17 


15 


13 


25 


21 


17 


15 


17 


15 


13 


26 


21 


18 


15 


18 


15 


13 


26 


21 


18 


15 


18 


15 


14 


26 


22 


18 


16 


19 


16 


14 


27 


22 


18 


16 


19 


17 


14 


29 


24 


19 


16 


20 


17 


14 


30 


26 


20 


17 


20 


18 


15 


31 


26 


20 


17 


21 


18 


15 


32 


28 


21 


17 


21 


18 


15 


33 


29 


22 


17 


21 


19 


16 


34 


29 


22 


17 


22 


19 


16 


35 


30 


23 


18 


23 


20 


17 


35 


30 


23 


18 


23 


20 


17 


35 


30 


23 


18 


24 


21 


18 


36 


30 


23 


18 


24 


21 


18 


36 30 


23 


18 


24 22 


19 


36 31 


23 


18 


24 22 


19 


36 


31 


23 


18 


24 23 


20 


37 


31 


24 


18 


24 23 


20 


38 


31 


24 


18 


24 23 


20 


38 


31 


24 


18 


24 


23 


20 


38 


32 


24 


18 


24 


23 


20 


38 


33 


25 


18 


24 


23 


20 


38 


33 


25 


18 


24 


23 


20 


38 


33 


25 


18 


24 


23 


20 


38 


33 


25 


18 


24 


23 


20 


38 


33 


25 


18 


24 


23 


20 


38 


33 


25 


18 


24 


23 


20 


38 


33 


25 


18 


24 


23 


20 



11 

9j 13 

10 15 

11 18 

12 20 



46 



Per 
100 
Lbs. 



Per 
Ton 
2,000 
Lbs. 



55 



77 



Per 100 
Lbs., C. L. 



10.5 



94 

99 
105 
110 
11014611 
116ll62'll.6 
116 162 12.1 
121176 12.7 
121176!l3.2 
125 
125 
127 
127 



2.4 
2.9 
3.3 



8i 

81 

8^127 
130 
130 
130 



176131 
190:14.3 
19014i 
19514i 
19514i 
195141 
19715 
200 15i 
135 200'l6 



135 
140 
9§'l40 
9^|l50 
10150 



32 10 155 
33101155 
34 m 160 



3511 



225 171 
225 17i 
22518 
225\m 
225|19 
225 'l9i 



160 
35|ll J165225 20 

35 11U65|225'20 

36 111 170:225 20 
3612 |l70 225 20 
36 12 ;175 225|20 
36 121175 225 20 



37 13 

38 14 
38 14 
3815 
38 15 
38 15 
38 15 
3815 
3815 
3815 
3815 



185 225 1 20 
195 225j20 
200 225 20 
200 225 bo 
200 225|20 
200 225 20 
200 225 1 20 
200 225 20 
200 225^20 
200 225 20 
200 225 20 
I 



5§ 3f. 



4.6 
5.1 
5.3 
5.3 
5.3 
5.7 
5.7 
5.7 
6.2 
6.2 
6,2 
6.4 
6.4 
6.4 
6.4 
6.4 



7.2 
7.6 
7.6 



9.2 
9.2 
9.2 



10 

104 

108 

112 
116 

12 
124 

m 

121 
12i 



'Classes C, D, and F, carload shipments, 20 per cent less than rates shown, including Hay in straight 
or mixed carloads with Grain or Grain Products other than Flour. 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



133 



NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD— Continued. 

TABLE OF COMMODITY RATES, IN CENTS. 
(Applies locally between Stations on Beaufort Division.) 





Per 100 Pounds 

Baskets, Fruit 
and Vegetables, 
Carload Mini- 
mum 15,000 
Pounds 


Oyster 
Shells, 

Per 
Car of 
20,000 
Pounds 
Excess 
in Pro- 
portion 


Distances 


Per 100 Pou 


nds 




Naval Stores 


viz.: 


Distances 


Rosin, 

Pitch, 

Tar 


Crude 
Tur- 
pentine 


Spirits 
Tur- 




C.L. 


L.C.L. 


pentine 


5 miles and under 


5 


8 


425 


7 miles and under 


41 


4i 


5 


10 miles and over 5 


6 


11 


580 


12 miles and over 7 ... 


4§ 


41 


5 


15 miles and over 10 


8 


14 


700 


17 miles and over 12... 


5 


5 


7i 


20 miles and over 15 


8 


16 


760 


22 miles and over 17... 


5| 


H 


9 


25 miles and over 20 


9 


18 


840 


27 miles and over 22... 


5i 


5| 


9 


30 miles and over 25 


9 


20 


900 


32 miles and over 27... 


H 


5i 


9 


35 miles and over 30 


10 


22 


900 


37 miles and over 32... 


5h 


51 


10 


40 miles and over 35 


10 


22 


960 


42 miles and over 37... 


6 


6 


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45 miles and over 40 


11 


24 


960 


47 miles and over 42... 


8 


8 


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50 miles and over 45 


11 


24 


1000 


52 miles and over 47... 


8 


8 


121 


55 miles and over 50 


12 


26 


1000 


57 miles and over 52... 


81 


8i 


13 


60 miles and over 55 


12 


26 


1050 


62 miles and over 57... 


Sh 


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13 


65 miles and over 60-.-.--. 


13 


28 


1050 


67 miles and over 62... 


8i 


81 


m 


70 miles and over 65 


13 


28 


1100 


72 miles and over 67... 


8^ 


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75 miles and over 70 


13 


30 


1150 


77 miles and over 72... 


8f 


81 


15 


83 miles and over 75 


13 


30 


1200 


82 miles and over 77... 


81 


8f 


15 


85 miles and over 80 


m 


31 


1250 


87 miles and over 82... 


8| 


8| 


15 


90 miles and over 85 


m 


31 


1300 


92 miles and over 87... 


9 


9 


151 


95 miles and over 90 


m 


32 


1350 


97 miles and over 92... 


9 


9 


m 


100 miles and over 95 


m 


32 


1400 


100 miles and over 97... 


10 


10 


16 



TABLE OF COMMODITY RATES. 
(Applies locally and interdivisionally between Norfolk Southern Railroad Stations East of Raleigh 
N. C. (including Raleigh, N. C.) 
(Except will not apply locally between stations on Beaufort Division.) 
Will also apply between Norfolk Southern Railroad Stations as follows; Raleigh, N. C, and station 
East thereof, and Stations West of Raleigh, N. C.) 



Distances 


Salt, Carload 

Minimum 

20,000 Pounds, 

in Cents Per 

Ton 2,000 

Pounds 


Distances 


Salt, Carload 

Minimum 

20,000 Pounds, 

in Cents Per 

Ton 2,000 

Pounds 


5 miles and under 


70 
80 


70 miles and over 65.... 


150 


10 miles and over 5 


75 miles and over 70 


160 


15 miles and over 10 


90 


80 miles and over 75 


160 




100 
110 
110 
120 
120 
130 
130 
140 
140 
150 




170 






170 






180 






180 






190 




120 miles and over 110 


200 


50 miles and over 45 


130 miles and over 120 


200 


55 miles and over 50 


140 miles and over 130 


210 


60 miles and over 55 


150 miles and over 140 


210 


65 miles and over 60 


160 miles and over 150 


220 









134 



]Sr. C. COEPOKATION COMMISSION 



NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD— Continued. 

TABLE OF COMMODITY RATES. 
(Applies locally and interdivisionally between all stations.) 



Distances 



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12 


60 


14 


65 


15 


70 


17 


75 


18 


80 


19 


85 


20 


90 


21 


90 


22 


90 


23 


95 


24 


95 


24 


100 


25 


105 


25 


109 


25 


109 


25 


114 


26 


114 


26 


114 


26 


117 


27 


120 


28 


123 


29 


126 


30 


129 


31 


132 


32 


135 


33 


138 


34 


141 


35 


144 


36 


147 


36 


150 


37 


153 


37 


156 


38 


159 


38 


162 


39 


165 


39 


168 


40 


171 


40 


174 


41 


177 


41 


180 


42 


183 


42 


186 


43 


189 


43 


192 


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15 m 

20 m 

25 m 

30 m 

35 m 

40 m: 

45 m: 

50 m 

55 m 

60 m 

65 m 

70 m 

75 m 

80 m 

85 m 

90 m 

95 m 

100 m: 

110 m 

120 m 

130 m 

140 m: 

150 m 

160 m: 

170 m: 

180 m: 

190 m 

200 m: 

210 m 

220 m 

230 m 

240 m; 

250 m: 

260 m 

270 m 

280 m 

290 m 

300 m 

310 m 

320 m 

330 m 

340 m 

350 m 

360 m 

370 m 



and under 

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and over 10. 
and over 15_ 



and over 
and over 
and over 
and over 
and over 
and over 
and over 
and over 
and over 
and over 
and over 
and over 
and over 80 
and over 85. 
and over 90. 
and over 95. 
and over 100. 
and over 110 
and over 120. 
and over 130. 
and over 140. 
and over 150. 
and over 160. 
and over 170. 
and over 180. 
and over 190. 
and over 200 
and over 210. 
and over 220. 
and over 230. 
and over 240. 
and over 250. 
and over 260. 
and over 270. 
and over 280. 
and over 290. 
and over 300. 
and over 310. 
and over 320. 
and over 330. 
and over 340. 
and over 350. 
and over 360. 



80 
94 
105 
116 
120 
127 
130 
138 
140 
149 
150 
160 
160 
170 
170 
175 
175 
180 
180 
185 
190 
195 
200 
210 
220 
225 
230 
235 
240 
245 
250 
255 
260 
265 
270 
275 
280 
290 
290 
300 
300 
310 
310 
320 
320 
330 



50 

50 

55 

60 

60 

60 

70 

70 

80 

80 

90 

90 

90 

90 

100 

100 

100 

100 

110 

110 

110 

120 

120 

130 

130 

140 

140 



33 

33 

47 

47 

53 

53 

60 

60 

67 

67 

73 

73 

73 

73 

80 

80 

87 

87 

93 

93 

93 

100 

107 

107 

113 

113 

120 

127 

127 

133 

133 

140 

140 

147 

147 

147 

153 

153 

160 

160 



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10 

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11 
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135 



NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD— Continued. 

TABLE OF COMMODITY RATES— Continued. 





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on 2,000 Pounds 


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Per 100 Pounds 


)lasses, in Hogsheads and 
rrels, in Cents Per 100 
unds 


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Distances 


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195 


43 
44 
44 
45 
45 
45 
45 


330 
340 
350 
350 
360 
360 
370 




12 
12 
12i 

13 
13 


24 
25 
25 
25 
25 
26 
26 




400 miles and over 380 ... 






420 miles and over 400 . 






440 miles and over 420 






460 miles and over 440 . . 






480 miles and over 460 , 






500 miles and over 480 .' 















tRates on ground Limestone are not subject to deduction in making joint rates to or from points 
in North Carolina. * 



136 



W. C. COKPORATION COMMISSION 



NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD— Continued. 

TABLE OF COMMODITY RATES. 
(Applies locally and interdivisionally between all stations.) 



Distances 


So 

B 

pqeq 


Cotton Seed and Cotton- 
seed Hulls, Carload Mini- 
mum 20,000 Pounds, in 
Cents Per Ton of 2,000 
Pounds 


CO 

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Distances 


Clay Gravel (Unwashed), Carload 
Minimum Marked Capacity of Cars, 
Except Where Cars are Loaded to 
Full Visible Capacity, in which Case 
Actual Weight Will be Charged for. 
In Cents Per Ton 2,000 Pounds.* 




C. L. 


L. C. L. 


7 miles and under. - 


65 


60 


75 


500 


12 miles and under 


25 


12 miles and over 7 


90 


70 


87i 


650 


22 miles and over 12 


30 


17 miles and over 12 


95 


80 


100 


750 


32 miles and over 22 


• 35 


22 miles and over 17 


100 


80 


100 


850 


42 miles and over 32 


40 


27 miles and over 22 


105 . 


90 


1121 


950 


52 miles and over 42 


45 


32 miles and over 27 


110 


90 


112^ 


1050 


62 miles and over 52 


49 


37 miles and over 32 


115 


95 


118f 


1150 


72 miles and over 62 


53 


42 miles and over 37 


120 


95 


1181 


1200 


82 miles and over 72 


57 


47 miles and over 42 


125 


100 


125 


1200 


92 miles and over 82 


61 


52 miles and over 47 


130 


100 


125 


1200 


100 miles and over 92 


65 


57 miles and over 52 


135 


105 


13U 


1300 


120 miles and over 100 


70 


62 miles and over 57 


140 


110 


13U 


1300 


140 miles and over 120 


75 


67 miles and over 62 


145 


110 


137i 


1300 


160 miles and over 140 


80 


72 miles and over 67 


150 


110 


137J 


1400 


180 miles and over 160 


85 


77 miles and over 72 


155 


115 


1431 


1400 


200 miles and over 180.-. 


90 


82 miles and over 77 


160 


115 


1431 


1100 


220 miles and over 200.... 


93 


87 miles and over 82 


165 


120 


150 


1500 


240 miles and over 220 


96 


92 miles and over 87 


170 


120 


150 


1500 


260 miles and over 240 


99 


97 miles and over 92 


175 


125 


1561 


1500 


280 miles and over 260 


102 


100 miles and over 97 


180 


125 


156i- 


1600 


300 miles and over 280 


105 


110 miles and over 100 


195 


130 


162^ 


1600 


325 miles and over 300 


109 


120 miles and over 110 


195 


130 


1621 


1700 


350 miles and over 325 


113 


130 miles and over 120 


210 


135 


1681 


1800 


375 miles and over 350 


117 


140 miles and over 130 


210 


135 


1681 


1800 


400 miles and over 375 


120 


150 miles and over 140 


225 


140 


175 


1900 






160 miles and over 150 


225 


140 


175 


1900 






170 miles and over 160 


240 


145 


18U 


2000 






180 miles and over 170 


240 


145 


181i 


2000 






190 miles and over 180 


265 


150 


187J 


2100 






200 miles and over 190 


265 


150 


187i 


2100 






210 miles and over 200 


280 


155 


193f 


2200 






220 miles and over 210 


280 


155 


1931 


2200 






230 miles and over 220 


295 


160 


200 


2300 






240 miles and over 230 


295 


160 


200 


2300 






250 miles and over 240 


310 


165 


206i 


2300 






260 miles and over 250 


310 


165 


2061 


2400 






270 miles and over 260 


325 


170 


212i 


2400 






280 miles and over 270 


325 


170 


212i 


2400 






300 miles and over 280 


340 


175 


2181 


2500 






320 miles and over 300 




180 
185 


225 
231i 


2600 
2700 






340 miles and over 320 






350 miles and over 340 




190 


237i 


2800 






360 miles and over 350 








2800 






380 miles and over 360 






2900 






400 miles and over 380 . 




1 


3000 

















♦Rates named on Clay Gravel (unwashed) are to be used exclusively in the building of public 
roads or highways in the State of North Carolina, in which the State, towns or counties have an 
interest. 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



137 



NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD-Continued. 

TABLE OF COMMODITY RATES. 

(Applies locally and interdivisionally between all stations.) 

LOGS, ROUGH, CARLOAD 40,000 POUNDS, IN CENTS PER CAR. 



Distances 


Rate 


Distances 


Rate 


10 miles 


*500 

*600 

*700 

*800 

*900 

*1000 

*1100 

*1200 

*1300 

*1400 

1500 

1600 

1700 

1800 

1900 

2000 

2100 

2100 

2200 

2200 

2300 

* 2300 


230 miles and over 220 


2400 


20 miles -.. 


240 miles and over 230 


2400 


30 miles 


250 miles and over 240 


2500 


40 miles.- - 


260 miles and over 250 ... 


2500 




270 miles and over 260 


2600 


60 miles... .. . .. 


280 miles and over 270 ... 


2600 




290 miles and over 280 


2700 




300 miles and over 290 


2700 


90 miles ... 


310 miles and over 300 


2750 


100 miles . . 


320 miles and over 310 


2750 


110 miles and over 100 . . ... 


330 miles and over 320 


2800 


120 miles and over 110 


340 miles and over 330 


2800 


130 miles and over 120 

140 miles and over 130 ... 


350 miles and over 340 

360 miles and over 350 


2850 
2850 




370 miles and over 360. 


2900 


160 miles and over 150 ... ... 


380 miles and over 370 


2900 


170 miles and over 160 


400 miles and over 380 


3000 


180 miles and over 170 


420 miles and over 400 


3050 


190 miles and over 180 


440 miles and over 420.. 


3100 


200 miles and over 190 


460 miles and over 440 


3150 


210 miles and over 200.. ... . 


480 miles and over 460.... 


3200 


220 miles and over 210 


500 miles and over 480.. 


3250 









*When rates are not shown for exact distance, the charge shall not exceed the rates for the nearest 
distance. In cases where the haul is equi-distance the charge shall be based on the next higher distance. 

TABLE OF COMMODITY RATES. 
(Applies locally and interdivisionally between all stations on the .\berdeen & Asheboro and Durham 

& Charlotte Divisions. 

IN CENTS PER HUNDRED POUNDS. 





Naval Stores, 
viz.: 


Distances 


Naval Stores, 
viz.: 


Distances 


Rosin, Tar, 
Pitch, Crude 
Turpentine 


4 


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if 


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4 
5 
5 
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6 
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17 miles and over 12 5 




10 


10 


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6 
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7 
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8 


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10 
10 
11 
11 
11 


10 


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72 miles and over 67 


10 


32 miles and over 27 


77 miles and over 72 


11 


37 miles and over 32. 


82 miles and over 77 


11 


42 miles and over 37 


85 miles and over 82 


12 


47 miles and over 42 







Effective Augu?t 23, 1916. 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY COMPANY. 

(Standard Freight Tariff.) 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY. 

(Standard Freight Tariff.) 



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APPALACHIAN RAILWAY. 

CLASS AND COMMODITY RATES PER HUNDRED POUNDS (ADVANCES). 



Distance 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


K 


L 


M 


N 





p 




29 
37i 


20 

27i 


m 

25 


14 
20 


121 
16^ 




10 


10 

Hi 


10 


7i 
10 


7i 
10 


6i 
9 


6i 
9 


10 


71 
10 


41 




fil 







Distance 



7 miles and under. 
12 miles and over 7. 



o 

CO 

sa 
a 

O U 



o3 ;3 C 
000 



idH a 









<1 ° 






>^2 

ij 
Si 
-go 






*70 



90 
100 



S 3 =5 



Pt 



o3 O 



^'^% 

dj K O 

C O^ 
0{VO 

-If 00 

tH tU g 

^».-a 



f^a 
« 5 

^^ 
O 03 

"^ oT CO 



s ° 

' 00 a 
73-0 3 
c c o 

S^8 



-« (u a 



tH O O 1 O O • - 



7i 
'2 



See Note 1 
See Note 1 



I" 

§1 






13 2 



'^fel 



usi 



O <P - O +s > 

OPH.SOfeO 



Note 1. — Apply following rates on Brick: 

7 miles and under. $1.00 per 1,000 brick, plus 2 cents per 100 pounds. 

12 miles and over 7 SI. 20 per 1,000 brick, plus 2 cents per 100 pounds. 

*Rate of 80 cents per ton of 2,000 pounds will apply on Coke. 
Effective June 25. 1918. 



ASHEVILLE AND EAST TENNESSEE RAILROAD. 

FREIGHT RATES 



Newbridge to Stony Knob 

Newbridge to Grace. 

Newbridge to Brickdale 

Stony Knob to Grace 




Newbridge to Weaverville. 



Maximum 
Tonnage 
30,000 Lbs. 



9 00 



INTRASTATE FEEIGHT R^TES 



141 



ATLANTIC AND CAROLINA RAILROAD. 

(The rates and charges published below are subject to the increases published on pages 183 to 189, in- 
clusive, effective June 25, 1918. under Order No. 28 of the United States Railroad Administration.) 



























FREIGHT TARIFF 






























a 
o 


,1 


a 












w 


o 












Is 


O C3 




a 






1 


o 




1 

03 

to n 


u 
o 

1 




Per 100 Pounds 






o 


^t 




a 




?I 


o 


5 


Is 


|U 


'^ 


Distances 






-0 

a 
S 




Carload, as 
ess in Prop 


o 




J 


o 

-Si 

11 


o| 

tccsT 


^1 

a o 


S C3 




a 






Sh 1 ^ 


l-l 




Brick, Ci 
Per 1,000 
Coal, Ca 
Ton 2,00( 


s 

a 


o . 
OO 






2. to 

ll 




o 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


c 


D 


E 
- 


H 


F 


K 


L 


M 


N 





P 


^OHH 

1 


5 mi. and 














under 


15 


12 


10 


9 


8 


7 


6 


8 


7 


5 


8 


9 


14 


5 


70 


90 


1200 


900 


700 


65 


35 


9 


60 


80 


650 


4 


50 


8 


10 mi. and 


























































over 5 


20 


16 


14 


12 


10 


9 


8 


10 


9 


8 


10 


12 


18 


7 


90 


110 


1400 


1100 


900 


90 


50 


9 


70 


80 


750 


5 


50 


10 



Effective July 1. 1917. 



142 



N. C. COEPOKATION COMMISSION 



ATLANTIC AND WESTERN RAILROAD. 

(The rates and charges published below are subject to the increases published on pages 183 to 189, in- 
clusive, effective June 25, 1918, under Order No. 28 of the United States Railroad Administration.) 















CLASS RATES 




























Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 100 Pounds 


Distances 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


c 


D 


E 


H 


F 


K 


L 


M 


N 




44 
5 

54 
6i 

7 


P 




CL 


LCL 


CL 


LCI. 


CL 


LCL 




5 miles and under 


16 
19 
23 

27 
31 


13 
17 
20 
23 
26 


10 
14 

17 
21 
23 


9 
12 

14 


8 

10 
1? 


7 
8 
9 
10 

n 


5 

7 

I 
9 


7 
8 

in 


5. 
6i 

7 
8 


7 
8 
9 

10 
12 


4 

5§ 

64 

7 
8 


5 

7 

8 

9 

10 


8 
10 
12 
13 
14 


9 
11 
14 

17 
18 


10 
12 
14 
17 
19 


13 
15 

18 
21 
23 


4 
5 
6 

64 

7 


3 
4 
5 

54 


4|5J 
44 fii 


24 

34 

4 




5 
fi 


7 
8 
9 


20 and over 15 


17 13 

18 14 


44 


25 and over 20 


lo' 12 94 

1 1 


6 6 


5 







COMMODITY RATES, IN CENTS PER HUNDRED POUNDS. 







1 








fl 


_ii 




^' 


^ 


_g 




o 




in 




l^ 


h-1 






«^ 


d 


h-i 




S'M 


i» 


o 




fcjO 


^j 


"H 


Distances 


jf 8 go 


h-i 




.ologo 








BB.^^^^S 




, Co 

Vlini 
Per 
Wei 
ties, 
24,0 




l^ll.ii 






PQO 


Ofc: 


Oi5 


5 miles and 








under 


65 


35 


4 


10 and over 5.. 


90 


50 


5 


15 and over 10-. 


95 


55 


54 


20 and over 15.. 


100 


60 


6 


25 and over 20 . . 


105 


65 


6 



re's 

!l— 1 O 






TJh 



CO 

II 

s s 



Offi;^a2 



d 

T3 r 
a^ ■ 

III 



CL LCLOe^^ 






-oO 



,o 



6o^ 






d^ 



38 ai 

tH oo 

5^8 

IP 

^ 03 Qi 



s 






•Saw 






. O 
-3^ 



' O ft 
P^2 



MS 






.sii 



OoH^iajQpi 






§p< 






48 



80 



';3q 



f-l ^H tC 






■3§ 






^8 






d-H 



•S.S 
1-1 



^ >>: So 
o fl .S _ 



7j 50 

91 50 

llj 55 

13! 60 

14! 70 



o -; 



On interstate shipments the commodity rates named above on Cross Ties and Lumber are subject 
to a reduction of one-half (H) cent per hundred pounds. On Cotton Seed, Cottonseed Hulls, Fertilizer 
and Cottonseed Meal, a reduction of five (5) cents per ton. 

Effective March 2, 1918. 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



143 



BLACK MOUNTAIN RAILWAY. 

(The rates and charges published below are subject to the increases published on pages 183 to 189, in- 
clusive, effective June 25. 1918, under Order No. 28 of the United States Railroad Administration.) 

CLASS RATES. 



Distances 








Per 100 Pounds 








Per 
Bbl. 


Per 
100 
Lbs. 


Per Ton 
2,000 Lbs. 


PerC 


ir 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


H 


F 


K 


L 


M 


N 





P 


7 miles and under... 

12 and over 7 

17 and over 12 

22 and over 17 

27 and over 22 


18 
27 
32 
36 
41 


15 

20 
24 
27 
30 


12 
17 
21 
24 

27 


10 
14 
17 
20 
21 


9 

12 
14 
15 
18 


8 
11 

\l 

14 


8 
9 
10 
11 
12 


8 
9 
11 
12 
14 


7i 

9 

101 
12 

m 


6 9 
7U2 

9 \m 

12 18 


15 
20 

24 
27 
30 


15 

18 
21 
24 

27 


6 

71 

8i 

9 

9i 


90 
105 
113 
120 
135 


128 
143 
150 
158 
173 


1350 1200 750 
1500^1350: 975 
16501500,1125 
1800;1500'l275 
210016501425 



COMMODITY RATE, PER ONE HUNDRED POUNDS, UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. 



Distances 



7 miles and 

under... 

12 and over 7.. 
17 and over 12.. 
22 and over 17.. 
27 and over 22. - 



pQfLi pqw 



a 

3 

B 

'3 
■^ 



h4 




Trd 




d - 








7= -3 








3 !-l 




Sm-^ 




•^•s§ 




3^.0 




•5 OpL, 












oW§ 




"^ ^+^ 




^ s-d 




03 a M 

1^1 


1 


^c^ 


c 


m 


o 


so'fl 








U.b§ 


O 



o2 



fl o 
5H 



O Qi 



60 75 
70 87 
80 100 
8o| 100 
90 112 



tc"c3 









O 0) 



0)73 

S o 

3P^ 



^Hl 



oj o 



-^ OJ 
0; cUfT 

^J O 

|o1 

d O) CO 

tn c: d 



>>'^ ^ S o 
03-2 ccE-i_2o 

Ph 03 ^;5 ^f_, 



> CO 0) f-( o " 
5P-S'S. co' ^ CO 

S • o <^cdo^ 
i< tj-r' • (D Ti C 



S 2 (2, 

&Ht^' .■ 

- o -^ 

C CO o 
Oi ?J Q 

o . o 

« S OJ 

I > § .> 



.„ CO O 

g'.S 2i 



o! o X 



75 5 

90 7 

lOOj 1\ 

no; 8 

120' 9 



80 



80 



13501688 
15001875 
1650 2063 
1800 2250 
2100 2625 



P^^ 






C.5 

o3_g 






gig 



S 

3 

■p fl^ 



o -a 9^, S-+^ 



I— 3 I O r 



,-u o 

■5-2 



3^ 

3 - 

^ °2 



750 



1025 
1150 

1275 



500 j 55 48 
650' 55 48 
750 60 48 



850 65 
950; 65 



Effective November 5. 1917. 



144 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



BONLEE AND WESTERN RAILWAY. 

CLASS AND COMMODITY RATES. (Advances.) 















Per 100 Pounds 










Per 
Bbl. 


Per 100 Pounds 


Distances 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


c 


D 


E 


H 


F 


K 


L 


M 


N 





P 




CL 


LCL 


CL LCL 


CL 


LCL 




6 miles and under... 
12 miles and over 6.- 


25 
25 


214 
2U 


19 
19 


16 
16 


13 
13 


11 
11 


9 
9 


10 
10 


74 
8 


74 
9 


64 

74 


64 
8 


9 
114 


10 

124 


114 
164 


124 

174 


5 

7 


44 


54 
64 


44 
5 


4 
5 


3 
5 



Distances 






^^ O 



Wo S, 



I - S 



.aaz 



S to' :3 



^1 

■ S o 

. O; O O 



s 

.SI 

1=1 s 

d « 

OPlH 



tc fl a^ 
^ o S 

« a SPtH 

si^^ o 
5 a6^ 






O 

o o 



UO^dn 



I'Se^ 



t^p:; 



> - ^ 

s s s 












La p. 

:So 



"? ■; fl 






a:: 

0-22 



a^ to 

'C r e 

o « 

"♦^ oTPh 

- M . 

q t, 5 



OS 

15:! i=l 



p M 



CL 



ao =s 

LCL;OflH H^^'O 



a«o 



O 3 O 

.§|i 



6 miles and under. 
12 miles and over 6. 



170 54 
180 6 



74 



70 



80 90 
80 90 



100 



90 



Distances 



6 miles and under. 
12 miles and over 6. 



48 



^ MM 

§af2 

mS u 



-^ as 
aHq§ 

=) • o 
JOPh 



O 

5t3 



.sag 

03-- « 

^.apH 

JPhOP^ 



■™g 

a;0_ 

a o 
.apH 

^ 3 
• O 

OOh CO 

Co 3 
■^ o i^ 



an 

5 ^ 



ill 

o o 

h^:SPH 

S Mo 



'^o 

0) ■* 

C^.^ cc 
^ M3 

^ao 

-« 32 
caS CO 



^M 3 X2 m -3 

0) . o ' o <s o 
HOOh HPPAh 



CO ^- 
M >s 

^§ 



9 
114 



floo 



^c3 






60 



OS 

.rO 



So- 



^ 3X! 



O.Hc» 



Effective June 25, 1918. 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



145 



CAROLINA RAILROAD. 

(The rates and charges published below are subject to the increases published on pages 183 to 189, in- 
clusive, effective June 25, 1918, under Order No. 28 of the United States Railroad Administration.) 



CLASS RATES, IN CENTS PER 100 POUNDS. 



Distances 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


18 


15 


12 


11 


9 


23 


20 


17 


14 


12 


27 


23 


20 


17 


14 


32 


27 


24 


20 


15 


36 


30 


27 


31 


17 


41 


35 


30 


24 


18 


44 


38 


32 


25 


20 


47 


39 


33 


27 


21 


50 


41 


35 


29 


21 


53 


42 


36 


30 


23 



A 


B 


6 


8 


8 


9 


9 


11 


11 


12 


12 


14 


12 


15 


14 


17 


14 


17 


15 


18 


15 


18 



5 miles 
10 miles 
15 miles 
20 miles 
25 miles 
30 miles 
35 miles 
40 miles 
45 miles 
50 miles 



and under.- 
and over 5 
and over 10, 
and over 15 
and over 20 
and over 25 
and over 30. 
and over 35 
and over 40 
and over 45 



COMMODITY RATES, IN CENTS PER 100 POUNDS. 



Distances 



d 



o o 



3 - 

So 



OJ4 

u 



S 3 ^i.S^S 












■5 B?^-a= S^- 
"S.S C I, o M c3 



C C ~-3 w ^ 3 S^ 



>- jn 3 



t:-d 






3_^ 3 = 
3-2co ^ 





1 


90 


5 


100 


6 


110 


7 


115 


8 


120 


8 


125 


9 


130 


9 


135 


10 


140 


10 


145 


10 



llisili d' 



„ 3 



S 3 
«3 



t'§ 



3 <B 
3 -A 

as 



h^l i!^ 









o o 
OH 



C^ 3* 



5 miles 
10 miles 
15 miles 
20 miles 
25 miles 
30 miles 
35 miles 
40 miles 
45 miles 
50 miles 



and under 5 

and over 5 T\ 

and over 10 8} 

and over 15 10 

and over 20 lo' 

and over 25 U' 

and over 30 11' 

and over 35 12 



and over 40. 
and over 45. 



65; 
90 
95} 

loo; 

105^ 
110 
115| 
120 
1251 
130 



5 53 41 

7! 75 6 

SJ 83i 61 

lOJ 90 1\ 

lOj 98| 1\ 

ll| 1051 9 

111 113: 9 

12 120| 91 

12; 128; 9! 

12 135! 91 



Part I— 10 



146 



N. C. CORPORATION- COMMISSION 



CAROLINA RAILROAD— Continued. 



COMMODITY RATES 


, IN 


CENTS PER 100 POUNDS. 






Distances 


di 

1° 

o3o 

o§^ 


+3 

s 
a 

'3 

i 

03 

"So 


d 

1 

if 


4 

§ 

Ah 

i 

B 

.§ 
"S 

II 


Gravel, Clay, Unwashed, C. L. Minimum Marked 
Capacity of Car, Except Where Car is Loaded to 
Full Visible Capacity, in Which Case Actual 
Weight will be Charged for. Per Ton 2,000 Pounds 
(Applicable on Intrastate Traffic Only.) (See 
Note Below) 


s 
a 

"S 

^§ 

H 
i| 

pug 


11 

M 
"J 

ill 


a 
a 

i 
d 

J 

o 

1 

^.. 

li 

(32 

1— ICO 


a4 
a 

§Ah 

11 




CL 


LCL 


Cli 


LCL 


5 miles and under 


90 
105 
120 
120 
135 
135 
143 
143 
150 
150 


113 
131 
150 
150 
169 
169 
178 
178 
188 
188 


6 

7 

7 

9 

9 

9 

10 

10 

11 

11 


90 
113 
128 
143 
158 
165 
173 
180 
188 
195 


108 
135 
153 
171 
189 
198 
207 
216 
225 
234 


45 
54 
63 
68 
72 
77 
81 
86 
90 
90 


38 
38 
45 
45 
53 
53 
60 
60 
68 
68 


75 
90 
105 
113 
120 
128 
135 
143 
150 
150 


94 
113 
132 

141 
150 
159 
169 
178 
188 
188 


5 
6 
7 
8 
8 
9 
9 
10 
10 
10 


72 


10 miles and over 5 


90 


15 miles and over 10 


102 


20 miles and over 15 


114 


25 miles and over 20 . 


126 




1.32 




138 




144 




150 


50 miles and over 45 


156 







Note.— The rates named on Clay Gravel (unwashed) are to be used exclusively in the building 
of public roads or highways in the State of North Carolina, in which the State, towns, or counties have 
interest. 

Effective March 11, 1917. 



INTKASTATE FREIGHT EATES 



147 



CAROLINA RAILROAD— Continued. 



TABLE OF COMMODITY RATES, IN CENTS PER 100 POUNDS. 










■?„ 






C3 


■f^ 


a 








Naval 




11 




d§ 








■a 


go 


1 

03 


Stores, viz.: 












5 

g 
J 


OH 


a 

'S 




a 
a 


II 


m 

O 


j3 






Distances 


O 

6 

a 


ill 

oil 

III 




ii 
11 


MS 

O O 
^1 


C! 

d§ 

a§ 
3^" 


s| 


t 
■SI 


.3* 


-d 
5 


a 

•43 

a 

1 


5 miles and under.- 


4 


5 


72 


33 


7 


750 


3 


5 


6 


7 


7 


8 


10 miles and over 5 


5 


7 


90 


33 


8 


750 


4 


6 


8 


7 


7 


8 


15 miles and over 10 . 


6 


7 


102 


47 


8 


900 


5 


7 


8 


8 


8 




20 miles and over 15 _ 


7 


9 


114 


47 


9 


900 


5 


8 


9 


8 


8 




25 miles and over 20 


7 


9 


126 


53 


11 


1050 


5 


8 


10 


8 


8 




30 miles and over 25 


8 


10 


132 


53 


12 


1050 


6 


8 


11 


8 


8 




35 miles and over 30 


8 


10 


138 


60 


13 


1200 


6 


9 


11 


8 


8 




40 miles and over 35 .. 


9 


11 


144 


60 


14 


1200 


6 


9 


12 


9 


9 


15 


45 miles and over 40 . 


9 


11 


150 


67 


14 


1350 


7 


10 


13 


^?. 


12 


19 


50 miles and over 45 


9 


11 


156 


67 


15 


1350 


7 


10 


14 


12 


12 


19 







Distances 


Earthen, Concrete, 
a Tile or Sewer, C. L. 
tnum 25,000 Pounds 


er, Earthen or Concrete, 
res; Flues, Flue Linings, 
and Chimney Caps and 
3, Earthen or Concrete; in 
■loads. Minimum Weight 
nds 


It 
li 


II 

^% 

■ Ph 

Oo 

|l 

if 


o 

i 

i 

02 


1 

pq 

1 

i 


^ o 

1.a 

03 03 

gi 




o 

03 

if 


o 

a 
a 

"a 

0) L. 


m 

Cl 
3 
O 

1 




i:i5 




^a 


Is 


«d^ _ 


11 «;s:. 




fS.S 




sq§ 




ph a 


51 5o 


-°'!sii 






O o 




CL 


LCL 


CL 


LCL 


oqO 


02 03Ah 


O X 


5 miles and under. 


3 


5 


4 


4 


5 


5 


5 


5 


750 


45 


11 


75 


750 


10 miles and over 5 


4 


6 


5 


5 


6 


7 


6 


6 


975 


54 


12 


75 


750 


15 miles and over 10 


5 


7 


6 


6 


7 


8 


7 


7 


1125 


63 


14 


83 


900 


20 miles and over 15 


5 


8 


6 


7 


8 


10 


8 


8 


1275 


68 


20 


90 


900 


25 miles and over 20 


6 


8 


7 


7 


8 


10 


8 


8 


1425 


72 


20 


90 


1050 


30 miles and over 25 


6 


9 


8 


8 


9 


11 


8 


9 


1575 


77 


21 


90 


1050 


35 miles and over 30 


7 


9 


9 


8 


9 


11 


9 


9 


1725 


81 


23 


105 


1200 


40 miles and over 35 


7 


10 


9 


9 


10 


12 


9 


10 


1800 


86 


26 


105 


1200 


45 miles and over 40. 


7 


10 


9 


9 


10 


12 


10 


10 


1800 


90 


26 


120 


1350 


50 miles and over 45 


7 


10 


9 


9 


10 


12 


10 


10 


1800 


90 


26 


120 


1350 



Effective October 17, 1916. 



148 



N. C. CORPOKATION COMMISSION 



CAROLINA AND NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD. 
RATES IN CENTS. (Advances.) 















Per 100 Pounds 










Per 
Bbl. 


Per 100 Pounds 


Distances 


















c 


D 






F 
















1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 






E 


H 




K 


L 


M 


N 





P 




CL 


LCL 


CL, 


LCL 


CL 


LCL 




5 miles and under 


22i 


19 


15 


14 


m 


10 


71 


10 


74 


10 


64 


74 


114 


14 


15 


20 


64 


5 


54 


5 


44 


4 


7 miles and over 5... 


26^ 


22i 


19 


m 


14 


114 


9 


101 


8 


101 


7 


9 


14 


164 


164 


22i 


7 


54 


64 


54 


5 


44 


10 miles and over 7... 


29 


25 


211 


m 


15 


12i 


10 


lU 


9 


m 


74 


10 


15 


174 


174 


25 


74 


64 


7 


64 


54 


5 


12 miles and over 10—. 


31i 


27§ 


24 


20 


m 


14 


101 


m 


10 


12* 


8 


104 


164 20 


19 


264 


8 


7 


74 


7 


64 


5 


15 miles and over 12... 


34 


29 


25 


2U 


m 


15 


II4I14 


lU 


14 


9 


114 


174214 


20 


274 


9 


74 


8 


74 


64 


54 


17 miles and over 15—. 


371 


31i|27i 


24 


18 


m 


m 


14i 


12 


14i 


10 


124 


18 


24 


214 


29 


9 


74 


84 


74 


64 


64 


20 miles and over 17... 40 


34 


30 


25 


19 


16 


14 


15 


12i 


15 


114 


14 


19 


25 


22i 


30 


10 


9 


9 


8 


7 


7 









Distances 






Commodities 
(In Cents Per 100 Pounds, Except Where Otherwise Shown) 


1 

1 

"5 




t3 
1 




C 

i 







1 


i 


10 

i 



T5 

! 


t 


% 

M 
i 


Brick, common, carload minimum 10,000 brick, per 1,000 brick 

Coal, carload minimum 30,000 pounds, per ton 2,000 pounds*.. .. 
Cotton, in bales any Quantity 


90 
50 
10 

80 
80 
90 
50 

40 
3 
4 
3 
75 
75 


110 
60 
114 

90 
100 
120 

60 

50 

34 

44 

3 

80 

80 


115 
65 

m 

90 
100 
120 

60 

50 

4 

44 

4 

80 
80 


119 
70 
14 

100 
125 
150 
65 

65 

■ 4J 
5 
4 
85 
85 


119 
75 
14 

100 
125 
150 
65 

65 

44 
5 
5 

85 
85 


125 
80 
164 

110 

140 

165 

70 

70 
5 

54 

5 
90 
90 


125 
85 
164 


Cotton seed and cottonseed hulls, in bags, carload minimum 
20,000 pounds, per ton 2,000 pounds 


110 


Fertilizer, in bags, carload minimum 24,000 pounds,/ C. L 

per ton 2,000 pounds.. \ L. C. L... 

Gravel, carload minimum 40,000 pounds, per ton 2,000 pounds . 

Limestone, ground, in bags, carload minimum 40,000 pounds, 
per ton 2,000 pounds 


140 
165 
75 

75 


Logs, rough, carload minimum 40,000 pounds .. .. 


5 




5^ 


Loam, marl, sand, and soil, carload minimum 40,000 pounds... 


54 
90 




90 







Effective November 11, 1918. 



CAROLINA AND NORTHWESTERN RAILWAY. 
FREIGHT TARIFF— STANDARD. 



^U 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



149 



CAROLINA AND TENNESSEE SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 

(The rates and charges published below are subject to the increases published on pages 183 to 189, in- 
clusive, effective June 25, 1918, under Order No. 28 of the United States Railroad Administration.) 

CLASS RATES. 





Per 100 Pounds 


Distances 


1 


2 


3 


4- 


5 


6 


A 


B 


c 


D 


E 


H 




CL 


LCL 


CL 


LCL 




5 miles and under 

10 miles and over 5 

15 miles and over 10- 

20 miles and over 15. 


12 
15 

18 
21 


10 
13 
15 
18 


8 

11 
13 
16 


7 
9 
11 
13 


6 
8 
9 
10 


5 
6 

7 
8 


4 
5 
6 

7 


5 
6 

7 
8 


4 5 

5 6 

5i 7 
6^ 8 


3 
4 
5 

5^ 


4 

5 
6 


6 
8 
9 
10 


7 
9 
11 
13 








Per Bbl. 


Per 100 Pounds 


Distances 


F 


K 


L 


M 


N 


O 


P 




CL 


LCL, 






8 

n 
11 

13 


10 
12 
14 
Ifi 


3 

4 

.1 


21 

3 

3^ 


3 
3 
4 
5 


4^ 
5 

5i 
6 


3^ 
4 

4i 
5 


2 


10 miles and over 5 


26 


15 miles and over 10 


3 


20 miles and over 15 . 


34 




















1 



















150 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



CAROLINA AND TENNESSEE SOUTHERN RAILWAY— Continued. 



COMMODITY RATES. 



Distances 


s 

■^^§ 

M .CM 

<s s s 

III 

-^'oi 
S o - 


a 

.S fl 

-1 

1§ 

OH 


to 

1 

§ 

i 

W 
fl 

g" 
1 


Excelsior Pressed in Bales, 
C. L., Per Car 20,000 Pounds, 
Excess in Proportion; L. C. L., 
Per 100 Pounds 


;?; 

Co 

^g 

OR 


ewood. Released, C. L. Min. 10 
ds. Excess in Proportion, Ship- 
tits to be Loaded and Unloaded 
Owner, Per Cord 128 Cubic Feet 


Limestone or Marble, Ground or 
Pulverized, C. L. Minimum 30 Net 
Tons, Per Ton 2,000 Pounds 


c 

tH O 

03-^ 

tn Q, 
-PLI 

^§ 
^^ 
is 


02 

■^^ 

^s 
'J. 

B 

11 

St 


1 

pq 
o 

s 

"a 

O CO 

mPh 


Stone, viz.: Stone, Crushed and 
Rubble, Agreed to be of Value not 
Exceeding 20 Cents or Less Per 
Cubic Foot, Per Ton 2,000 Pounds 


o 

II 
ii 


d§ 

=3 to- 

i 

o3§ 

11 




CL 


LCL 


■&Ms 




5 miles and under 

10 and over 5 

15 and over 10 

20 and over 15 


5 
6 

7 
8 


S5 
50 
55 
60 


7 
9 
11 
13 


880 
990 
1100 
1100 


8 
8 
10 
10 


60 

75 
85 
95 


50 
50 
55 
60 


25 
30 
35 
40 


500 
600 


2 
3§ 


4 
5 
5^ 
6 


25 
30 
30 
35 


7 
8 
9 
10 


31 
4 

41 
5^ 



Distances 


Id 

<5H^ 


cq 

^! 

d 

1 


Clay Gravel (Unwashed), C. L. 
Minimum Weight Marked Capacity 
of Cars, Except Where Cars Loaded 
to Full Visible Capacity, in Which 
Case Actual Weight, Per Ton 2,000 
Pounds 


s 

M 

ii 


a 

O 

4 

a 
IS 
o 

^^ 

s ^ 


Furniture, viz.: Chair Stock, 
Wooden, viz.: Arms and Bent 
Arms and Brace Arms; Arms, 
Rough Sawn; Legs, Post 
Rounds, Spindles; Rough 
Splits or Sawn Rockers; in 
Bundles, Bags, Crates, Boxes, 
Barrels, or Hogsheads, L. C. L. 
Packed or Loose, C. L. Min.Wt. 
40,000 Lbs., Per 100 Lbs. 


5 

i 

Ii 


1^ 

M 
1 

Ii 




CL 


Pkd. 


CL 


LCL 




5 

7 

71 

8 


65 
90 
95 
100 


■ 25 
25 
30 
30 


60 
70 
80 
80 


75 

87i 
100 
100 


3§ 
4 
4 
5 


5 

6 
6J 

7 


500 
650 

750 
850 


60 




70 


17 and over 12 


80 


20 and over 17 


80 







Effective March 1, 1915. 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



151 



CAROLINA AND YADKIN RIVER RAILWAY. 

(The rates and charges published below are subject to the increases published on pages 183 to 189, in- 
clusive, effective June 25, 1918, under Order No. 28 of the United States Railroad Administration.) 

CLASS RATES. 





Per 100 Pounds 


Distances 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


c 


D 


E 


H 




CL 


LCI, 


*CL 


LCIi 




5 miles and under 

10 miles and over 5 

15 miles and over 10 

20 miles and over 15 

25 miles and over 20 

30 miles and over 25„ 

35 miles and over 30 


16 

20 

23.5 

27.5 

31.5 

35.5 

39.5 


13 

17.5 

20 

23.5 

26.5 

30.5 

33.5 


10.5 
14.5 
17.5 
21.5 
23.5 
26.5 
27.5 


9 

12 

14.5 
17.5 
18.5 
21.5 
22.5 


8 

10.5 
12 
13 

14.5 
16 
17.5 


7 

8 

9 

10.5 
12 
13 
13 


5 

7 

8 

9 

10.5 
10.5 
12 


7 

8 

9 

10.5 
12 
13 
14.5 


5 
7 
7.5 

r 

10.5 
10.5 


7 

8 

9 

10.5 
12 
13 
13 


4 

5 

7 

7.5 

8.5 

8.5 

9 


5 

7 

8 

9 

10.5 
10.5 
12 


8 

10.5 
12 
13 

14.5 
16 
17.5 


9 

12 

14.5 
17.5 
18.5 
21.5 
22.5 





Per Bbl. 


Per 100 Pounds 


Distances 


F 


K 


L 


M 


N 





tP 


' 


CL 


LCL 




5 miles and under 


11 

12.5 

14.5 

17.5 

19 

21.5 

21.5 


13 

16 

18.5 

21.5 

23.5 

26.5 

26.5 


4 
5 
6 

7 
7.5 

8 
8 


3.5 

4 

4.5 

5 

5 

6 

6 


4 
4 
5 

7 
7 
7 
8 


6 

7 

7.5 

8 

9 

10.5 
11.5 


4.5 

5 

6 

7 

7.5 

7.5 

8 


3 


10 miles and over 5 


3.5 


15 miles and over 10 


4 


20 miles and over 15 


4.5 


25 miles and over 20 


5 


30 miles and over 25 


5 


35 miles and over 30 


6.5 







*Applies also on hay in straight or mixed carloads with grain or grain products other than flour. 
fA carload of any article enumerated in Class "P," minimum 25,000 pounds. 

COMMODITY RATES. 





a 

a 

'a 
i^ 

•^1 
W^ 
oS 
§M 

OS 

li" 

WPh 


T3 

(In 
1 

i 

CQ 
g 

a 
2 

"o 

o 


Cotton 

Seed and 

Cottonseed 

Hulls 


a 

|3 

a 
s 
i 

o 

d 

O O 

^? 


Manure, Stable, C. L. 15 Tons Mini- 
mum, Per Ton 2,000 Pounds 

Molasses, in Barrels or Hogsheads, 
Per 100 Pounds 


Naval 
Stores 


Sand and Loam Soil, C. L., Per Car 
40,000 Pounds, Excess in Proportion 






Rosin, Pitch, Tar, and 

Crude Turpentine, Per 100 Lbs. 

Turpentine, Spirits of. Per 
100 Pounds 





Distances 


to 
t5 

;3 
o 
PL| 

(m" 

a 
o 

H 

& 

6 


a 
o 

1 
OS 


11 

CfL, 

u 


5 miles and under 


75 
104 
109i 
115 
121 
126i 
132i 


8 

10.5 
12.5 
15 
16 

17.5 
18.5 


69 

80i 

92 

92 
1031 
1031 
109i 


86i 
lOOi 
115 
115 
1291 
129i 

mi 


m 

63J 

69 

69 

69 

80^ 


69 


45I .. 


6 


5.75 
7.47i 
8.62i 
9.78 
9.78 
12.07^ 
13.22i 


8 

9 

10.5 
11.5 
12.5 
14 
15 


10 miles and over 5 

15 miles and over 10 

20 miles and over 15 

25 miles and over 20. 

30 miles and over 25. 

35 miles and over 30 


m 

92 

92 

1031 
103i 
1091 


6 
6.5 

7 

7.5 
8 
8.5 


5 
5 
6 
6 
6 
6.5 


6 

8.5 
10.5 
10.5 
10.5 
11.5 



Note.— When cars are furnished which will not load 10,000 brick, actual weight, but not less than 
marked capacity of car shall be charged for, estimating the weight at 5,000 pounds per 1,000 brick. 



152 



]Sr. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



CAROLINA AND YADKIN RIVER RAILWAY— Continued. 

COMMODITY RATES. 





Per Ton 
2,000 Pounds 


Excelsior, 
Pressed Bales 


Logs, Rough, C. L., All 
Kinds, Round or Split, 
8 Feet and Under in 
Length, Per Car 40,000 
Pounds, Excess in Pro- 
portion 


Lumber and Crossties, 
C. L. Minimum 30,000 
Pounds, Per 100 Pounds 


Distances 


Coal, 
C. L., 
15 Tons 
Mini- 
mum 


Fertilizer, 
C. L., 

Minimum 

Weight 

24,000 

Pounds 


Per 
C. L. 
20,000 
Pounds, 
Excess 
in Pro- 
portion 


L. C. L., 
Per 100 
Pounds 




m 

57i 

63i 

69 

75 

80^ 

86^ 


69 
86i 
• 98 
109i 
121 
1261 
132^ 


10.12 

11.38i 

12.65 

12.65 

13. 9U 

15.18 

17.71 


9 

9 

11.5 
11.5 
12.5 
13 
15.5 


5.75 
5.75 
6.90 
6.90 
8.15 
8.15 
9.20 


3.5 




4 




4.5 


20 miles and over 15 


5 


25 miles and over 20 


51 


30 miles and over 25 


5.5 


35 miles and over 30 


5.5 







Effective July 10, 1917. 



CAROLINA, CLINCHFIELD AND OHIO RAILWAY. 

FREIGHT TARIFF— STANDARD. 



CLIFFSIDE RAILROAD. 

Between Cliffside and all points in North Carolina, apply Caroleen rates. 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



153 



DANVILLE AND WESTERN RAILWAY. 



(The rates and charges published below are subject to the rates published on pages 183 to 189, inclusive, 
efifective June 25, 1918, under Order No. 28 of the United States Railroad Administration.) 

FREIGHT TARIFF. 



Distances 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Per Ton 


Per Carload 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


^ 


B 


C 


D 


E 


H 


K 


L 


M 


N OP 




15 12' 10 

18 15 13 


8 7 
10 9 


6 

7 


6 

7 


6 

7 


5 

7 


5 
6 


7 
9 


8 
10 


5 
5 


10. 60 $0.75 
.70 .75 


18. 00 $8. 00 $7. 00 




8.00 8.00: 7.00 




1 • 



COMMODITIES. 



Distances 



5 miles and under . . 
1 miles and over 5 . .. 









c^ 






0) 03 
'■O fins 



2^ ^ 






2 fc- t. C 

pq2 mShJO P^H 



i .2 O ° aJ 

,0 »• H g G £i 

J :3o,c3 ^x t. 
Oh-1 W2^2| 



.(M 

- o 
^^ 

el 






c 

i 

I -; « 











^1^ 




Q8S 


, 


11.1 




ffif.s 


■ 


^<>4 


F 


o3 - . 




on, 
Gun 

sts, C 




. 


11-. 


^ 



-2^ 



^ -a 



■.30 



Eh M 



80 3 

80 3^ 



o o a <u \ 



3 









|i 



§0 



tfH 



o a> 






00 



S-. <^^ 






60 



Effective October 26, 1917. 



DOVER AND SOUTHBOUND RAILROAD. 

(The rates and charges published below are subject to the increases published on pages 183 to 189, in- 
clusive, effective June 25, 1918, under Order No. 28 of the United States Railroad Administration.) 

CLASS RATES IN CENTS PER HUNDRED POUNDS. 



Distances 



2 


3 


17 


13 


22 


18 


25 


21 


29 


26 


32 


29 


36 


32 


39 


34 


40 


36 


42 


38 


44 


40 



5 


6 


10 


9 


13 


10 


15 


11 


16 


13 


18 


15 


20 


16 


21 


16 


23 


18 


23 


18 


25 


20 



5 mile.-' and 
10 miles and 
15 miles and 
20 miles and 
25 miles and 
30 miles and 
35 miles and 
40 miles and 
45 miles and 
50 miles and 



under., 
over 5 
over 10 
over 15 
over 20 
over 25 
over 30 
over 35 
over 40 
over 45 



12 

15 I 

18 

21 

23 

26 

28 

29 

31 

33 



7 


9 


7 


9 


10 


8 


10 


12 


10 


12 


13 


11 


13 


15 


12 


13 


16 


13 


15 


18 


13 


15 


18 


13 


16 


20 


15 


16 


20 


15 



Effective October 7, 1917. 



154 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



DOVER AND SOUTHBOUND RAILROAD-Continued. 

COMMODITY RATES IN CENTS. 

Following list enumerates only such articles as are given specific rates. Articles not specified will 

take class rates. 









B 


CO 


to 

'a 

3 


1 -§ 


h 


'3 




^^%^^.n 


i^^ 


S£ 


f^ 


o ^ o 

itj aAn 


§* 


Distances 




C oj c8 cS • 




(Co 

do 
oo 


1 

1 

.a 


o So 

OSg 

«d£ 
13 S 


OH 


o 

o 

o 
OO 






6la 


o ^ 


"o 

o 


6^^ 


g o 


sa 




CL 


LCL 


CL 


LCL 


CL 


LCL 

113 


CL 


LCL 


5 miles and under 


100 


120 


5 


6 


60 


% 


12 


90 


110 


132 


75 


10 miles and over 5 


no 

115 


132 
138 


6 
6 


8 
8 


70 
70 


105 
105 


14 
17 


105 
120 


131 
150 


120 
140 


144 
168 


75 


15 miles and over 10. _. 


85 


20 miles and over 15 


120 


144 


7 


10 


80 


120 


20 


120 


150 


150 


180 


90 




125 


150 


8 


11 


90 


135 


21 


135 


169 


165 


198 


90 


























n, 






a 


§ • 


1 




i° 


i§ 





:a 


Distances 


(M 

o 
d 

1 


a 

"S 
-o 

IS 
II 


'is. 
Is 


^4 

K 

Si- 
ll 


5" 

a 

a 
•as 




Is 
ccPhCM 


.apH 

'A 


II 

ai 




3& 






is, 








.a^ 
sa 




CL 


LCL 


CL 


LCL 


CL 


LCL 


CL 


LCL 


5 miles and under 


1400 


750 


3 


6 


4 


5 


750 


5 


6 


1100 


6 


10 


25 


10 miles and over 5 


1600 


750 


4 


8 


5 


6 


850 


6 


8 


1200 


7 


12 


25 


15 miles and over 10 


1600 


900 


5 


9 


5 


6 


950 


6 


8 


1400 


8 


14 


25 


20 miles and over 15 


1800 


900 


6 


10 


6 


7 


1075 


7 


9 


1500 


9 


16 


25 


25 miles and over 20_ 


2200 


1050 


6 


10 


6 


7i 


1200 


7 


10 


1700 


10 


18 


25 



Effective October 7, 1917. 

DURHAM AND SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD. 

CLASS RATES, IN CENTS. (See Note A.) Advances. 



Distances 


Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 
100 
Lbs. 


Per Ton 

2,000 
Pounds 


Per Carload, 

as Per 
Classification 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


H 


F 


K 


L 


M 


N j 


P 


7 miles and under 


25 


2U 19 16 13 


11 


9 


10 7i 


7i 


10 


9 


m 


61 


110 


130 1350 1200 


900 


12 miles and over 7... 


261 


22i 19 16 13 


lU 


10 


10 10 


9 


12§ 


12i 


20 


7h 


120 


140 1500 1350 


1000 


17 miles and over 12... 


321 


26f 22i'l7i 14 


12^ 


Hi 


IIUU 


10 


14 


m 


22J 


9 


140 


150 1800 1650 


1150 


22 miles and over 17... 


39 


32i 


25 j20 


15 


15 


lU 


12i'l2i 


lU16ijl7i 


25 


10 


150 


170 2050 "1800 


1300 


27 miles and over 22... 


42i 


35 


27^24 


17J 


16i 


12i 


15 12i 


1U19 22i 


26 


10 


160 


170j 2250 1950 


1450 


32 miles and over 27... 


47i 


371 


30 26H9 


16^ 


15 


16il5 


12^20 


26i 


30 


10 


160 


190 2500 2100 


1600 


37 miles and over 32... 


52i 


40 


31127120 


m 


16i 


17il6i 


14 


211 


27i 


m 


lU 


170 


190 2550 2200 


1700 


42 miles and over 37... 


521 


40 


3H 


27i 


20 


m 


16i 


m 


161 


14 


2U 


27§ 


3U 


Hi 


170 


190 


2550 j 2200 


1700 



Note A— Minimum rates and charges. 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



155 



DURHAM AND SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD— Continued. 



COMMODITY RATES, IN CENTS. 


(See Note A.) Ad 


vances 










4 a 


is 

III 
6^ 


Per Ton 2,000 Pounds 


&66 


Logs, C.L., 

40,000 Lbs. 

Minimum, 

Per 100 

Lbs. 


mber. Common, 
.. 24,000 Lbs Mini- 
m. Per 100 Lbs. 
aacco. Leaf, in 
gsheads or Tierces, 
100 Lbs. 


Distances 


Cotton Seed 
and Cotton- 
seed Hulls 
(Note B) 


2^ 




6 'J 6 
^1 51^ 




c. 


LCL 


CL 


LCL 


6^- 




o o 3 




80 
80 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 


24 
24 
26 
28 
29 
30 
31 
31 


80 
100 
120 
120 
130 
140 
140 
140 


90 
120 
150 
150 
160 
170 
170 
170 


80 
100 
130 
140 
140 
140 
150 
150 


90 
130 
150 
170 
170 
170 
180 
180 


60 
60 
70 
80 
90 
90 
90 
90 


2h 
3 

3i 
4 

41 
4i 


2 

2§ 

21 

2i 

2i 

3 

3 

3 


4 
4 

^ 

6 

61 
6i 
61 


10 




121 




15 




19 




19 




20 


37 miles and over 32 . . .... 


20 


42 miles and over 37.. 


20 







Note A. Minimum Rates and Cliarges. 

MINIMUM RATES 

No rates shall be applied on any traffic moving under class rates lower than 
the amounts in cents per 100 pounds for the respective classes as shown below. 
Any article, on which exceptions to the Southern Classification provides a 
different rating than as shown in the classification, will be subject to the min- 
imum as provided below for the class provided therefor in the classification 
proper. (The lettered classes, other than A, B, C and D, provided in Note 91 
of Southern Classification are commodity classes and the minimum class rates 
as provided below will not apply on commodities rated under said classes, 
when in carloads.) 

Classes 1 2 3456ABCD 



Rates 25 211/2 19 16 13 11 9 10 71/2 61/2 

Governed by Southern Classification, Agent J. E. Kirk's I. C. C. No. 22. 



MINIMUM CHARGES 

(a) The minimum charge for carload shipments shall be $15.00 per car. 
This minimum will not apply on brick, cement, coal, coke, logs, wooden billets 
or blocks (round or split), wooden bolts or butts, mine props, sawdust, cord 
wood (including charcoal, excelsior, extract, fuel or pulp wood), sand, gravel, 
chert, slag, iron ore, and stone (broken, crushed, ground, or pulverized). 

(&) The minimum charge on less than carload shipments shall be as pro- 
vided in the classification governing, but in no case shall the charge on a sin- 
gle shipment be less than 50 cents. 

Note B. On shipments of cotton, cotton seed and cottonseed hulls deduct 10 
per cent; on fertilizers deduct 20 per cent when received from or delivered to 
connections and having origin, destination, and entire transportation within 
the State of North Carolina. 

Note C. Applies on shipments having origin, destination, and entire trans- 
portation within the State of North Carolina. 



156 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



DURHAM AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 

CLASS RATES. (Advances.) 



Distances 



Per 100 Pounds 



2 3 4 5 



A B C D E H 



Per 
Bbl. 



Per 
100 
Lbs. 



Per Ton 
2,000 
Lbs. 



L M 



Per Carload, 

as Per 
Classificat'n 



NOP 



5 miles 
10 miles 
15 miles 
20 miles 
25 miles 
30 miles 
35 miles 
40 miles 
45 miles 
50 miles 
55 miles 
60 miles 
65 miles 



and under -- 
and over 5. 
and over 10. 
and over 15. 
and over 20. 
and over 25. 
and over 30- 
and over 35. 
and over 40. 
and over 45. 
and over 50. 
and over 55. 
and over 60. 



25 21^19 
25 2H19 
20 

24 
26 



25 j22i 
321,26 
37-^31 
41 3U 
45 35 
m 37i 

50 40 

51 41 
521 421 
52^ 42^ 
54 44 



29 !22i 

30 25 
32i 27i 

35 30 

36 30 
36 31 
37^ 32* 
39 34 



13 


11 


13 


11 


14 


121 


15 


12* 


16 


14 


mi4 


20 15 


20 16 


22|il7| 


22*20 


24 


21* 


25 


22* 


25 


24 



9 10 
9 10 
10 11* 
10 jll* 
11* 12* 
12*14 
14 jl5 

14 16 

15 Il7* 



16 20 
17*21 
19 ,22* 



10 
11* 11* 



19 
21 
21 

22* 
22*|30 

24 30 



17. 

2f ' 

22t I 

25 

25 

25 

27* 

27* 

30 

30 

32* 

35 

37* 



10 
10 
10* 
lU 

12 
12* 
14 
15 



85| 110 
100 118 
110 125 
125| 144 
130; 155 
150 170 
15o! 180 



12.501100 900 
1400 12.50J 950 
1500 14001050 
175015001100 
2000 16C0j 1300 
2250 1750 1500 
2500 1 1900 1550 
2500;2100 1650 
2500 j 2200 1 1750 
2650 2250 1 1800 
2700 2300,1900 
2750|2400'l950 
2750 24004950 





LOCAL COMMODITY RATES. (Advances.) 














8 


S 


1^ 


'S 


1 


1 


i-4 

o 




0) 
Ph 

4 


^ 


n 




O 


s 


it 






i 


1 


i 

I-:] 


a 

B 


1 

B 


3 

s 

'3 




B 




i§ 


Oi 


73 


o 


a 


^ 


S 


h-i 




3 


1 


Oico- 


§"§ 


1= 


B 

3 


P.^ 


^ 


§ 




d 


Distances 


Co 

S7^ 


1 






21 

Q 


B 
1 

1-4 


1^ 


1 

o o 
Oh 


t-5 

d 


o 

1 

m 


do 

^ o 
AH 




• 


o g 


Ah 
C 

s 


66^ 


3 B 

11 


O u 

5 a 


1^ 


o o 


<& 
a 

>-i*^ 




^1 


13 
^5" 




fflW 


6 


CL, 


LCL 


CL 


LCL 


Ea2 


11 




5 miles and under 


80 


24 


75 


90 


75 


90 


63 


3* 


10 


50 800 


5 


75 


900 


10 miles and over 5. 


112* 


24 


85 


no 


ICO 


120 


63 


4 


12* 


70 


800 


6 


90 


1050 


15 miles and over 10 


119 


-26 


100 


125 


125 


150 


69 


4 


15 


75 


900 


7 


100 


1150 


20 miles and over 15 


125 


28 


100 


125 


140 


170 


75 


4* 


17 


80 


900 


7* 


100 


1250 


25 miles and over 20 - 


131 


29 


110 


140 


150 


180 


75 


4* 


17* 


85 


950 


8 


no 


1350 


30 miles and over 25. 


137* 


30 


no 


140 


150 


180 


75 


5 


19 


90 


950 


9 


no 


1450 


35 miles and over 30 


144 


31 


115 


145 


160 


190 


87* 


5* 


19 


95 


1050 


9* 


115 


1550 


40 miles and over 35. 


150 


32 


115 


145 


160 


190 


87* 


6 


20 


100 


1050 


10 


115 


1600 


45 miles and over 40 


156 


33 


125 


155 


175 


210 


100 


6* 


20 


105 


1150 


10* 


125 


1600 


50 miles and over 45 


162* 


34 


125 


155 


175 


210 


100 


6* 


20 


no 


1150 


111 


125 


1600 


55 miles and over 50 


169 


35 


130 


160 


190 


230 


112* 


6* 


20 


110 


1250 


lU 


130 


1700 


60 miles and over 55 


175 


36 


135 


160 


190 


230 


112* 


7 


20 


no 


1250 


12* 


135 


1700 


65 miles and over 60. 


181 


37 


135 


170 


200 


240 


112* 


7* 


20 


115 


1400 


12* 


135 


1700 



Effective June 25, 1918. 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



157 



EAST CAROLINA RAILWAY. 

CLASS AND COMMODITY RATES, IN CENTS. 



Distances 


Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 
100 
Lbs. 


Per Ton, 
as Per 

Classifi- 
cation 


Per Car, 
as Per 

Classification, 
Excess in 
Proportion 




' 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


BIC 


D 


EH 


F 


K 


L 


M 


N 





P 


7 miles and under 


m 


15 


121 


9 


9 


71 


71 


7§ 7^ 


6§ 


9 1 9 


15 


6i 


90 


120 


1250 


1150 


750 


12 miles and over 7... 


261 


20 


17^ 


14 


m 


m 


IH 


11110 


9 


12il5 


19 


9 


130 


140 


1500 


1250 


950 


17 miles and over 12... 


30 22i 


20 


16i 


15 


m 


IH 


lUiU 


10 


15 \m 


2U 


10 


140 


160 


1650 


1400 


1050 


22 miles and over 17... 


34 I25 


22i 


19 


m 


m 


iii|i2iiii 


10 


16i20 


221 


10 


160 


170 


1750 


1500 


1150 


27 miles and over 22... 


37^29 25 


21i 


m 


14 


iiii2U2i 


Ilil6i22i 


25 


lU 


170 


190 


1800 


1550 


1200 


32 miles and over 27... 


4U32i|27J 


25 


19 


15 


12^^15 12^ 


lU'l9 251 


25 


m 


180 


190 


1900 


1650 


1250 


37 miles and over 32... 


45 36i.3G i27i20 


16^^12il5 14 


12US 27^ 


271 


121 


180 


200 


1950 


1700 


1300 


42 miles and over 37... 


49 


40 


32i 


30 


m 


171 


m 


16U4 


121 


20 30 
1 


27§ 


m 


190 


210 


2000 


1750 


1400 



Distances 


Jl 


to 

3 

8 

i 

1-4 
d 
^- 

a 


11 
Si 


73 
c 

3 


S 

i 

a 

a 






Cotton Seed, C. L.. Mini- 
mum Weight 20,000 Pounds, 
Per Ton 2,000 Pounds 


Cottonseed Hulls, C. L., 
Minimum Weight 20,000 
Pounds, Per Ton 2,000 
Pounds 


ll 

Co 


a 
H 

d 

n 


1 

3 

S 

1-4 
d 

f 

i3 


OH 


Logs, Rough, viz.: Dogwood, 
Hickory, Persimmon, Gumwood, 
Oak, Poplar, Pine, Maple, Birch 
and Other Hardwood Logs, C. L., 
Min. 40,000 Pounds, Per 100 Lbs. 




<u 0"- 
0°C1h 


LC 


LCL 


CL LCL 




165 
165 
190 
190 
195 
195 
200 
200 
205 
205 
210 
210 
215 
215 
220 


7 
.7 
9 
9 
10 
10 
10 
10 
11 
11 
11 
11 
12 
12 
12 


70 

85 

85 

90 

90 

95 

95 

100 

100 

105 

105 

110 

110 

115 

115 


21 
21 
24 
24 
27 
27 
29 
29 
30 
30 
31 
31 
32 
32 
33 


90 
90 
130 
130 
140 
140 
160 
160 
170 
170 
180 
180 
190 
190 
190 


110 
110 

160 
160 
180 
180 
200 
200 
210 
210 
220 
220 
230 
230 
230 


80 90 


80 
100 
100 
130 
130 
140 
14C 
150 


60 

60 

80 

80 

90 

90 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

ICO 

110 

110 

110 


6 
6 

8 
8 
8i 
^ 

9i 

n 
m 
m 
10. 


40 
40 
40 
50 
50 
50 
50 
60 
60 
60 
60 
70 
70 
80 
80 


2 


7 miles and over 5. 

10 miles and over 7 

12 miles and over 10 

15 miles and over 12 

17 miles and over 15 

20 miles and over 17 

22 miles and over 20 

25 miles and over 22 


80 
90 
90 
100 
100 
100 
100 
110 
110 
110 
110 
120 
120 
120 


90 
110 
110 
130 
130 
130 
130 
140 


2 
2 
2 
2 

2 

2 

2- 
2- 


27 miles and over 25 

20 miles and over 27 

32 miles and over 30 

35 miles and over 32 

37 miles and over 35 

40 miles and over 37. 


140 150 
140 150 
140 160 
150 160 
150 160 
150 160 


2i 

2- 
21 

21 

2h 
2^ 



Effective June 25, 1918. 



158 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



EAST CAROLINA RAILWAY— Continued. 

COMMODITY RATES— Continued. 







Plaster. 






•S§^ 


"S^o-*:! C 




J, 




Carloads, viz.: 


M o 


-^^11 


e^o o 


o 

fiCL, 

i! 
i1- 


Soo 


Distances 


to 


to 
PI 

O 

Ph 

i 

& 

1 


1 


fi.s 

'o g 

M 
1§t 


one (Including Marble an 
anite), C. L., Rated Clas 
3te 91 of Southern Classifi 
r Car of 30,000 Pounds, E 
Proportion 


one. Broken, Crushed, Gi 
Pulverized, C. L., Rated 
ss Than Class L in Note 
uthern Classification, Pei 
00 Pounds 


Uopn 




o 


^ 


cg?^ 


mO^CiH.S 


M Oi-:iCC(N 


hH 


p=so 


5 miles and under 


7 
7 


7 
7 


6i 
6i 


650 
650 


1200 
1200 


60 
60 


7i 
7i 


60 


7 miles and over 5 


70 


10 miles and over 7 


9 


9 


8i 


800 


1350 


80 


lU 


70 


12 miles and over 10.. 


9 


9 


8i 


800 


1350 


80 


lU 


80 


15 miles and over 12 


10 


10 


9 


950 


1450 


90 


14 


80 


17 miles and over 15.. 


10 


10 


9 


950 


1450 


90 


14 


80 


20 miles and over 17 


10 


10 


9 


1050 


1500 


100 


15 


80 


22 miles and over 20. 


10 


10 


9 


1050 


1500 


100 


15 


90 


25 miles and over 22 


11 


11 


10 


1200 


1550 


100 


16^ 


90 


27 miles and over 25 


11 


11 


10 


1200 


1550 


100 


161 


90 


30 miles and over 27.. 


11 


11 


10 


1300 


1600 


100 


m 


90 


32 miles and over 30.. 


11 


11 


10 


1300 


1600 


100 


m 


100 


35 miles and over 32 


12 


12 


11 


1450 


1650 


110 


19 


100 


37 miles and over 35 


12 


12 


11 


1450 


1650 


110 


19 


110 


40 miles and over 37 


12 


12 


11 


1500 


1700 


110 


20 


110 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT Ri*TES 



159 



EAST TENNESSEE AND WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD. 

(The rates and charges published below are subject to the increases published on pages 183 to 189, in- 
clusive, effective June 25, 1918, under Order No. 28 of the United States Railroad Administration.) 















FREIGHT TARIFF. 




















In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


In Cents— 


Per 


Distance 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 100 
Lbs. 


Per 
Ton 


Per 100 
Lbs. 


Car- 
load 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


H 


F 


J 


K 


L 


M 


N 





P 


10 miles and under... 


16 14 


13 


12 


10 


8 


7 


9 


7 


6 


14 


16 14 


12 


4 


25 


38 


5 


5 


$6.00 



COMMODITY RATES. 









Lumber and Articles 




-.S a, 








Taking Same Rate, C. L'. 




3-T3 "I 

fS-s-iooo 
















^^^z:§5 
















T3 O O ^'-' 


















g»JOST3 








T3 
C 






a 








Distance 




b3 

"a 
S 




^ 






rd, Extra 
imum, W 
age Cars 
ded in St 
ards. Per 
t 








II 




o 


O 

1 


Wood, Co 
C. L. Min 
Narrow G 
When Loa 
Cars 10 C 
Cubic Fee 


d 


10 miles and under . 


n 


2 


3 


3 


25 • 


25 


62 


5 







Effective October 8, 1917. 



160 



N. C. (!0EP0RATI0N COMMISSION 



ELKIN AND ALLEGHANY RAILWAY. 

(The rates and charges published below are subject to the increases published on pages 183 to 189, in- 
clusive, effective June 25, 1918, under Order No. 28 of the United States Railroad Administration.) 

FREIGHT TARIFF. 



Distances 








Per 100 Pounds 








Per 
Bbl. 


Per 
100 

Lbs. 


Per Ton 
2,000 
Lbs. 


Per Carload 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


H 


F 


J 


K 


L 


M 


*N 


*o 


tP 


5 miles and under. .. 

10 and over 5. 

15 and over 10 

20 and over 15 

25 and over 20 


12 

18 
27 
32 
36 


10 
15 
20 
24 

27 


9 

12 
17 
21 

24 


8 
10 
14 
17 
20 


6 
9 
12 
14 
15 


6 
8 
11 
11 
12 


6 
8 
9 

10 
11 


6 
8 
9 
11 
12 


5 

9 
lOi 

12 


5 
6 

m 


6 

9 
12 
13^ 
15 


6 

15 
20 
24 

27 


10 
15 
15 
21 
24 


7 
9 

12 
14 
15 


4 
6 

7i 
8i 
9 


70 
80 
105 
113 
120 


85 
128 
143 
150 
158 


900 
1350 
1500 
1650 
1800 


800 
1200 
1350 
1500 
1500 


500 
750 
975 
1125 
1275 



*Per car of 20,000 pounds, excess in proportion. 
tPer car of 24,000 pounds, excess in proportion. 



COMMODITY RATES. 
Per 100 Pounds, Unless Otherwise Specified. 



Distances 


a 
.§ 
% 

o 

il 


a 

ik 
^^- 

ii 

III 


i" 

o 
O 


ll 
6% 

M 

o oj o 


1^ 

aPH 
a§ 

c3 . 

6£ 


accT 

li 
III 


Logs, Rough, viz.: Dogwood, 
Hickory, Persimmon, Gumwood, 
Oak, Poplar, Pine, Maple, Birch," 
and Other Hardwood, Per Car of 
40,000 Lbs., Excess in Proportion 


g^ a 

l!l 
III 

IF- 


1% 

a-^ 

il 

a 


I o 

111 
III 


o 

a 
a 




CL 


LCL 


O <A 


5 miles and under... 

10 and over 5.. 

15 and over 10 

20 and over 15 

25 and over 20 


3 
3 
'3 
3^ 
41 


90 
100 
110 
110 
120 


9 
9 
9 
11 
13 


60 
60 
70 
80 
80 


75 
75 
87 
100 
100 


35 
40 
50 
60 
65 


60 
75 
90 
100 
110 


650 
650 
700 
700 
750 


3* 

3i 

3i 

4 

4i 


500 
500 
650 
750 
850 


50 
55 
55 
60 
65 


20 
20 
20 
20 
20 



Effective May 1, 1914. 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



161 



KINSTON CAROLINA RAILROAD. 

(The rates and charges published below are subject to the increases published on pages 183 to 189, in- 
clusive, effective June 25, 1918, under Order No. 28 of the United States Railroad Administration.) 

CLASS RATES, IN CENTS PER 100 POUNDS. 



Distances 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


CL 


LCL 


CL 


LCL 


18 


15 


12 


11 


9 


8 


6 


8 


6 


8 


5 


6 


23 


20 


17 


14 


12 


9 


8 


9 


7 


9 


6 


8 


27 


23 


20 


17 


14 


11 


9 


11 


9 


11 


7 


9 


32 


27 


24 


20 


15 


12 


11 


12 


10 


12 


9 


11 


36 


30 


27 


21 


17 


14 


12 


14 


11 


14 


10 


12 


41 


35 


30 


24 


18 


15 


12 


15 


12 


15 


10 


12 


44 


38 


32 


25 


20 


15 


14 


17 


12 


15 


11 


14 


47 


39 


33 


27 


21 


17 


14 


17 


12 


15 


11 


14 


50 


41 


35 


29 


21 


17 


15 


18 


14 


17 


11 


14 


53 


42 


36 


30 


23 


18 


15 


18 


14 


17 


11 


14 



5 miles 
10 miles 
15 miles 
20 miles 
25 miles 
30 miles 
35 miles 
40 miles 
45 miles 
50 miles 



and under., 
and over 5. 
and over 10. 
and over 15 
and over 20. 
and over 25 
and over 30 
and over 35. 
and over 40 
and over 45. 



COMMODITY RATES, IN CENTS. 

Per 100 Pounds, Except as Otherwise Shown. 













a3 to" -d 




m 


\u 


* 

,.4 




Distances 


h4 

6 


.2 

m 

o 

s 

3 


B 

a 

"S 

1 
m 

o" 


o-S 

11 

.S'S 


Wooden, consisting of Lumb 
Laths, Shingles, Window anc 
, Doors, and Blinds (Glazed 
rpenters' Moldings, Baluster 
s. Porch Columns, Newells, 
scoting. Mixed C. L., Mini- 
Pounds. (See Note) 
t Apply on Straight or Mixe 
^s, or Blinds Only 


ctual Weight; in Barrels, 
Portland, 400 Pounds; N. 
Barrel; C. L. Minimum 
ds 


a; Ah 


d 

i 

m 
a 


to 

s 

-a 
1 


d 

i 
1 


1 

>> 

a 




1 


a 

'S 




T5^ 


aterial, 
ressed, ] 
es; Sash 
!ed);Ca 
, Casing 
or Wain 
t 20,000 
-Will no 
5h, Doo 


tit, in Bags, A 

ated Weight; 

Pounds Per 

t 40,000 Poun 


II 


6 gg 


.a 

73 


< 

1 








'2 




ng M 
1 or d 
Fram 
tGla 
oards 
work 
Weigh 

OTE.- 

of Sas 


^6 


Z j| 


1 






MM 

fpeq 


■ll 


III 


Build 
Roug 
Door 

or No 
Baseb 
Stair- 
mum 
N 
C. L. 




6i 


1 


o o 
OH 




O 

1 




5 


65 


90 


5 


5 


5 
6 


5 
6 


5 

7 


53 
75 


d^ 


11 
14 


10 miles and over 5 


7 


90 


100 


6 


6 


6 


15 miles and over 10... 


8 


95 


110 


•7 


7 


7 


7 


8 


83 


6i 


17 


20 miles and over 15 


10 


100 


115 


8 


8 


8 


8 


10 


90 


74 


20 


25 miles and over 20... 


10 


105 


120 


8 


8 


8 


8 


10 


98 


7f 


21 


30 miles and over 25 


11 


110 


125 


9 


8 


9 


9 


11 


105 


9 


23 


35 miles and over 30 


11 


115 


130 


9 


9 


9 


9 


11 


113 


9 


24 


40 miles and over 35 


12 


120 


135 


10 


9 


10 


10 


12 


120 


9f 


26 


45 miles and over 40 


12 


125 


140 


10 


10 


10 


10 


12 


128 


9f 


27 


50 miles and over 45 


12 


130 


145 


10 


10 


10 


10 


12 


135 


9f 


29 



Effective March 11, 1917. 

Part I— 11 



162 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



KINSTON CAROLINA RAILROAD-Continued. 
COMMODITY RATES, IN CENTS. 



Per 100 Pounds, Except as Otherwise Shown. 












li 
IS 


a 
a 




o 


mimum 
Where Car 
y, in Which 
?ed for. Per 
low.) 
Only.) 


a 


4.S 

.11 


"a 


ft 

30 




1-4 
d 


a§ 


a 

If 


C. L. M 
Except 
Capacit 
be Charj 
Note Be 
Traffic 






d 




Distances 


11 




ashed, C. L. M 
er Ton 2,000 P( 
ay. Unwashed, 
apacity of Car, 
to Full Visible 
al Weight Will 
Pounds. (See 
e on Intrastate 


3 ^ 


"^tS a 


o 

(UTS 






Is 


B 

^-S 






II 




odS- 




11 


Gravel, W 
Pounds, P 
Gravel, CI 
Marked C 
is Loaded 
Case Actu 
Ton 2,000 
(Applicabl 


03 
ft O 




n-a 






CL 


LCL, 




CL 


LCL 


^i 


O 3 

Aa 




90 
105 
120 
120 
135 
13,^ 


113 

131 
150 
150 
169 
169 


6 

7 
7 
9 
9 
9 


90 
113 
128 
143 
158 
165 


108 
135 
153 
171 

189 

198 


45 

54 
63 

68 

72 
77 


38 
38 
45 
45 
53 
53 


75 
90 
105 
113 
120 
128 


94 
113 
132 
141 
150 
159 


5 
6 

7 
8 
8 
9 


72 




90 




102 




114 


25 miles and over 20 


126 


30 miles and over 25 


132 


35 miles and over 30 


143 


178 


10 


173 


207 


81 


60 


135 


169 


9 


138 


40 miles and over 35 


143 
150 
150 


178 

188 
188 


10 
11 
11 


180 
188 
195 


216 
225 
234 


86 
90 
90 


60 
68 
68 


143 
150 
150 


178 
188 

188 


10 
10 
10 


144 


45 miles and over 40 


150 


50 miles and over 45 


156 







Note.— The rates named on Clay Gravel (unwashed) to be applied exclusively on Clay Gravel 
used in the building of public roads or highways in the State of North Carolina, in which the State, 
towns, or counties have interest. 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



163 



KINSTON CAROLINA RAILROAD— Continued. 

COMMODITY RATES, IN CENTS. 



Per 100 Pounds, Except as 


Otherwise Shown. 














+3 


















Naval 








So 




§ 





- 


a 


Stores, viz.: 




1^, 






1 

a 

=1 
a 

'S 

d.S 

ll 

^0 

OJO 


0" 
r1 


1 


d 


< 

i 














Distances 


■u 

s| 
lis 

.S.S-S 

lis 


h4 

03 
O 

1 

i 


^^. 

11 

Co 
MR. 
§^ 

«bfii=i 
e-sg 
;3^^ 


if 

is 


^•! 

II 

— .S 

EC fi 



hJPh 


a 
a 

"S 

d 

ll 


03O 

^a 

11 


c3 

pq 


1 



W 

.s 
II 




a 

03 
03 

Eh 

a 
'% 


1 



"-J3 

1 

Eh 

1 


5 miles and under 


4 


5 


72 


33 


7 


750 


3 


5 


6 


7 


7 


8 


10 miles and over 5 


5 


7 


90 


33 


8 


750 


4 


6 


8 


7 


7 


8 


15 miles and over 10 


6 


7 


102 


47 


8 


900 


5 


7 


8 


8 


8 


11 


20 miles and over 15 


7 


9 


114 


47 


9 


900 


5 


8 


9 


8 


8 


14 


25 miles and over 20. 


7 


9 


126 


53 


11 


1050 


5 


8 


10 


8 


8 


14 


30 miles and over 25 


8 


10 


132 


53 


1^ 


1050 


6 


8 


11 


8 


8 


14 


35 miles and over 30 


8 


in 


138 


60 


13 


1200 


fi 


9 


11 


8 


8 


15 


40 miles and over 35 


9 


11 


144 


60 


14 


1200 


6 


9 


12 


9 


9 


15 




9 
9 


11 
11 


150 
156 


67 
67 


14 
15 


1350 
1350 


7 
7 


10 
10 


13 
14 


12 
12 


12 

12 


19 




19 










(0 


^ s. 








i4 




M 

TJ 














^ c^ 




a 






S 


02 C 


m 










fH 






JD 








%S 















r uoncrete, an 
ngs. Flue Top 
ain Tile, Eart 
L., Min. 25,000 


^ 


0^ 


w 





h4 




03 (V 


1 

.£3 


'73 

6 



a 
a 


4 




Distances 




6^ 


^:sod 




11 


w 


s" 




B^ 


.a 




^ c 












X 




g 




S 








e, Sewer, ii; 
3S, Flues, F 
mney Caps 
icrete; in M 

ster, Wall, 1 
m Weight 3 




3 

M 
a 

Id 


i 

CO 

.a 
1 


11 


|d§ 

-W 


ll 

fl 
H<1 





£.a 
-^1 




CL 


LCL 


5165 


03 3 

sa 


CL 


LCL 




5 miles and under 


3 

4 
5 

5 


5! 4 

6 5 

71 6 
8 6 


4 
5 

6 

7 


5 
6 

7 
8 


5 

7 
8 

in 


5 
6 

7 
8 


5 

6 

7 
8 


750 
975 
1125 
1275 


45 

54 

63 
68 


11 
12 
14 

20 


75 
75 
83 
90 


750 


10 miles and over 5 


750 


15 miles and over 10 


900 


20 miles and over 15 


900 


25 miles and over 20 


P 


8 7 


7 


8 


in 


^ 


8 


1425 


72 


20 


9n 


1050 


30 miles and over 25.. 


e 


9 


8 


8 


9 


11 


^ 


9 1575 


77 


21 


99 


1050 




7 
7 
1 
"t 


:. 


9 
9 


8 
9 
9 
9 


9 
10 
10 
10 


11 
12 
12 
12 


c 
c 

IC 
IC 


9 1725 
10 1800 
10 1800 
10 1800 


81 
86 
90 
90 


23 
26 
26 
26 


105 
105 
120 
120 


1200 




1200 




10, 9 
10 9 


1350 




1350 




1 











Effective October 17, 1916. 



164 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LAURINBURG AND SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 



(The rates and charges published below are subject to the increases published on pages 183 to 189, in- 
clusive, effective June 25, 1918, under Order No. 28 of the United States Railroad Administration.) 

FREIGHT TARIFF. 





























In Cents— 












Distances 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 
100 
Lbs. 


Per Ton 


Per Carload 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


H 


F 


K 


L 


M 


N 





P 


7 miles and under 

12 miles and over 7..- 
17 miles and over 12... 
22 miles and over 17.. . 


12 
18 
21 
24 


10 

13 
16 
18 


8 
11 
14 
16 


6 
9 
11 
13 


6 
8 
9 
11 


5 

7 
9 
9 


5 
6 

8 
8 


5 
6 

8 
9 


5 
6 

7 
8 


4 

I 

7 


6 
8 
9 
11 


6 
9 
11 
13 


10 
12 
14 
16 


4 
5 

6 


$0.60 
.70 
.75 
.80 


$0.85 $9.00 

.95 10.00 

1.0011.00 

1.0512.00 


$8.00 
9.00 
10.00 
10.00 


15.00 
6.50 
7.50 
8.50 



COMMODITY RATES, IN CENTS. 







Molasses 


. in 








Naval Stores 














Hogsheads 

or Barrels, 

Owner's Risk 






Leaf, in 

Hogsheads 

or Tierces, 

Per 100 

Pounds 


Distances 


Rosin, Tar, 


Crude 


Spriits 






of Leakage, 


and Pitch, 


Turpentine, 


Turpentine, 






Per 100 


Per 100 


Per 100 


Per 100 






Pounds 


Pounds 


Pounds 


Pounds 


7 miles and under. 


4 


4^ 


4J 


5 


7 


12 miles and over 7 


5 


4^ 


4i 


5 


8 




6 

7 


5 

5i 


5 

5i 


7i 
9 


9 


22 miles and over 17 


13 












-n 




1 


a 


o 






Distances 


'3 

h 

8« 

oo 


73 
Ph 

8 

I 

i 




J 


. 15 Tons Minimum, 
000 Pounds 

Pressed in Bales, Per 
Pounds, Excess Pro 


3 
a 

'S 

h 

O 3 

d8 


m 




o 

OS 




1 

6 


o =^ ^ 


11 

TS8 


l-l(^f 


lis 

>< 03 03 
HOP5 


.11 

P!hPh 




aig 
•;qaH 


^a 




CL 


LCL 


O 3 

^a 


7 miles and under 


$ .65 


$ .09 


$ .60 


$ .75 


$ 5.00 


$ .35 


$ 8.80 


$ .60$ 5.00 


$ .33 


$ .50 


12 miles and over 7 


.90 


.09 


.70 


.sn 


6.50 


.50 


9.90 


.80 


5.00 


.33 


.50 


17 miles and over 12 


.95 


.11 


.80 


1.00 


7.50 


.55 


11.00 


1.00 


5.00 


.47 


.55 


22 miles and over 17 


1.00 


.13 


.80 


1.00 


8.50 


.60 


11.00 


1.10 


6.00 


.47 


.60 



Effective February 8, 1916. 



INTKASTATE FREIGHT KATES 



165 



LAWN DALE RAILWAY. 

(The rates and charges published below are subject to the increases published on pages 183 to 189, in- 
clusive, effective June 25, 1918, under Order No. 28 of the United States Railroad Administration.) 















CLASS RATES. 




















In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Bbl. 


100 

Lbs. 


As Per Classification 


Distances 


Per Ton 


Per Car 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


c 


D 


E 


H 


F 


K 


L 


M 


N 





P 


5 miles and under 

10 miles and over 5-. 
15 miles and over 10... 


12 
16 
20 


10 
13 
16 


8 
11 
14 


6 
9 
11 


6 
8 
9 


5 

7 


5 
6 
61 


5 
6 


5 
6 

7 


4 
5 
6 


6 
8 
9 


6 
9 
11 


10 
12 
14 


4 
5 
51 


60 
70 

75 


85 
95 
100 


900 
1000 
1100 


800 
900 
1000 


500 
650 
750 



COMMODITY RATES. 
(In Cents Per 100 Pounds, Except Where Otherwise Shown.) 









h 








_ 


'So 

.4S 




nd Cotto 
L. Mini- 
Net 
Packed, 
Pounds 


.2 5 


11 






■^ 




1-^0(1, 


Coo 




Distances 




s . 


eed a 
Is, C. 
ight ] 
C. L 
2,000 


^^1 


§- 

^-H 






^S^ 


ffl 


Cotton S 
seed Hul 
mum We 
Tons, L. 
Per Ton 


2^§ 


d^ 






OoM 

« C o 
'u %"C 

m Sm 


1 
1 


;h -i tH 

P^ SP-i 




1 




CL LCL 


CL 


LCL 


o 


5 miles and under 


65 


8 


60 


75 


60 


72 


50 


3 


10 miles and over 5 


90 
95 


8 
10 


70 

80 


m 

100 


70 
80 


84 
96 


50 
55 


3 




3 







Note. — When cars are furnished that will not load 10,000 brick, actual weight, but not less than 
marked capacity of car, shall be charged for, estimating the weight at 5,000 pounds per 1,000 brick. 

SWITCHING, DRAYAGE, AND HANDLING CHARGES AT SHELBY, N. C. 

The Lawndale Railway and Industrial Company will assess on all carload shipments switched to 
the Southern Railway at Shelby, N. C, $2.00 per car. 

The cars of the Lawndale Railway and Industrial Company are narrow gauge; therefore, on all 
carload shipments, except as noted below, interchanged between the Lawndale Railway and Industrial 
Company and the Seaboard Air Line Railway and Southern Railway, at Shelby, N. C, the following 
handling charges should be assessed in addition to the through rate: 

Brick, carload \ cent per 100 pounds. 

tCotton Seed, carload 15 cents per ton, 2,000 pounds. 

Firewood, carload _ 20 cents per cord. 

tLumber, carload. \ cent per 100 pounds. 

tDoes not apply on shipments destined to Charlotte, N. C, when routed via Seaboard Air Line 
Railway. 

JApplies on shipments interchanged with the Seaboard Air Line Railway, when to and from points 
in North and South Carolina. Applies on shipments in connection with the Southern Railway, to 
and from all points. 

On less car-load shipments transferred from the depot of the Lawndale Railway and Industrial 
Company to the depot of the Southern Railway at Shelby, N. C, a drayage charge of 3 cents per hun- 
dred pounds, subject to a minimum charge of 10 cents on single shipments, will be made. 



166 



IsT. C. COEPOKATION COMMISSION 



LINVILLE RIVER RAILWAY. 

CLASS RATES. (Advance.) 



Distances 



5 miles and under.. 
10 miles and over 5 
15 miles and over 10 
20 miles and over 15 
25 miles and over 20 
30 miles and over 25 
35 miles and over 30 



In Cents Per 100 Pounds 



1 


2 


3 


4 


^ 


6 


^ 


25 


2U 


19 


16 


13 


11 


9 


29 


25 l2U 


m 


15 


111 


10 


34 


29 I25 


2H 


m 


14 


IH 


40 


34 30 


25 


19 


15 


14 


45 


37^34 


26i 


2U 


m 


15 


5H 


44 |37i 


30 


221 


19 


15 


55 


m 


« 


31i 


25 


19 


m 



B C 



10 10 7| 

iHiiiio 



14 14 

15 Il5 

m^m 

19 jl9 
21H9 



Per Ton 
2,000 

Lbs. 



K 


L 


H 


90 


71 


no 


9 


130 


n 


140 


m 


150 


m 


160 


lU 


170 



Per 100 Lbs. 



N 





9 


7 


n 


7h 


m 


9 


m 


n 


13 


m 


15 


lOi 


16i 


lU 



COMMODITY RATES. (Advance.) 
In Cents Per 100 Pounds, Unless Otherwise Specified. 



Distances 


as 

ll 


m 
10 

a 

a 
'a 

d 

a" 


a 

'C 


CO 

a 
.a 

6 

a 
6 


pi 

PI 

1 

CO 

a 

P! 

a 
■fl 

■^.^ 
^§ 

1§ 


-§ 

PI 
pi 


50 
-P 

M 
1 

a 
a 

"3 
6 




a 
a 

Oo 

il 


Evergreens, in Bales, Boxes, or in Bulk, 
Owner's risk of Loss or Damage by Heating, 
Freezing, or Improper Packing, Value 
Limited to 3 Cents Per Pound, Prepaid or 
Guaranteed, C. L. Minimum 16,000 Pounds 


1 



CO 

a 

ll 

d§ 

6 


Is 

-cS 

§a 

1 

IS 


Fruits and Vegetables, viz.: Apples, Fresh, Beets, 
Cabbage, Carrots, Onions, Potatoes, and Turnips, 
Fresh or Green, Straight or Mixed C. L., Mini- 
mum 16,000 Pounds 




CL, 


LCL 


CL 


LCL 


CL 


LCL 


CL 


LCL 


5 miles and under 

10 miles and over 5 

15 miles and over 10 

20 miles and over 15 

25 miles and over 20 

30 miles and over 25 

35 miles and over 30 


9 

9 

9 

12^ 
12^ 
121 

m 


12i 
12i 
12i 

m 
m 


t75 
t75 
t75 
tl25 
tl25 
tl50 
tl50 


5 
5 
5 

7 
7 
9 
9 


70 
90 
90 
100 
100 
110 
110 


tl20 80 
tl30 100 
J150 130 
tl50 150 
tl60 150 
tl70 160 
tl80 160 


130 
200 
250 
300 
300 
310 
310 


4i 

? 

Ill 
111 
14 


61 
12i 
15 
171 

22i 
221 
25 


80 
100 
130 
140 
150 
150 
160 


90 
120 
150 
170 
180 
180 
200 


41 

5 

71 

8 

8 

9 

9 


41 

61 

71 

9 

9 

10 

10 



*Will not apply on cottonseed meal and hulls. 
tPlus two (2) cents per hundred pounds. 
tApplies only on interstate trafl&c. 



INTEASTATE FREIGHT EATES 



167 



LINVILLE RIVER RAILWAY— Continued. 

COMMODITY RATES. (Advance.) 



In Cents Per 100 Pounds, Unless Otherwise Specified. 
















o 


Iron and Steel 




1 


Lumber and Articles 


jj 




o 


M 


Articles, viz.: 


■^ 


M 


Taking Same Rates 












a 


f^ 






d 


' 


So 

B 




ngle Bars, 
e bars, 

Switch 
s and 

L. Min. 
unds 


4 

a 
% 




a 












1 


Distances 




al, viz.: A 
rogs, Splic 
ch Chairs 
ack Brace 
-hand), C. 
n 2,000 Po 


to 

s 


a 
a 














o 

1-^ 






s 

if 


Track Materi 
Fish Plates, F 
Switches, Swit 
Tie Plates, Tr 
few or Second 
ounds, Per To 




h4 
d 

d 

is 

'3 

ffl 




M 
S 


'ft 
1 


3 

o 

1 


§ 
S 


1 


S9 




^ 


C<1 


g'.-.»-e^:-§ 


og 




1 


1 


Railw 
Chair 
Spike 
Stand 
Rails 
16,000 
Scrap 
PerT 


a 




1 








o 


il 


5 miles and under 


60 


60 


90 


80 


80 


4^ 


2i 


^? 


2* 


21 


5 


.3 


44 


10 miles and over 5 


70 


70 


100 


100 


100 


4^ 


4 


4 


4 


4 


61 


5 


6^ 
71 


15 miles and over 10 


80 


80 


100 


130 


130 


4% 


4 


5 


5 


5 


7 


6 


20 miles and over 15 


80 


100 


130 


150 


150 


6^ 


4i 


5 


6 


6* 


7 


6 


9 


25 miles and over 20 


90 


110 


130 


150 


150 


6^ 


4i 


5 


6 


61 


7 


6 


10 


30 miles and over 25.. 


100 


120 


150 


160 


160 


7^ 


5 


5^ 


6* 


7 


8 


7 


10 


35 miles and over 30.. . . 


100 


130 


150 


160 


160 


7i 


5 


5^ 


6i 


7 


8 


7 


11^ 





Note 1.— Applies only on traffic between points in the State of North Carolina. 
Note 2. — Applies only on interstate traffic. 
Effective June 25, 1918. 



168 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LINVILLE RIVER RAILWAY-Continued. 

COMMODITY RATES. (Advance.) 
In Cents Per 100 Pounds, Unless Otherwise Specified. 





Packages, 








Stone, viz 


. 


or in 
eby 
ng, 
Prepaid 


a 




Empty, Re- 
turned, Prepaid, 


§ 










3 








a 




Per Package 


g 










s^;3^-§ 


PI 




(See Note 3 


a 
s 










s. Box 
r Dam 
er Pac 
Pounc 
ml6,0 


^ 




Below) 






§§ 
.<>j 




^ 












a 

o 

61 


G 

ji 


o 




OH 


T3 

C 
o 


Bale 

3SS O 

prop 
3 Per 
tiimu 








h4 


d^ 


^ 


-?}. 


^ 


•s^^ia 


ii 


Distances 


§ 

o 

1 


go 

Is 
H 

Sn 


o 

1 

Ji 


CO 

a 
.a 

"3 


(3 

ri 


3 . 

ill 


C 
o 
H 

d 


rees and Shrubbery 
ulk. Owner's Risk o 
eating. Freezing, or 
alue Limited to 3 C 
Guaranteed, C. L. 
ounds 


li 

54 










11 


-2 
o 


o 


02 


t3 


^S^ 


OQ 


HWfflt> o^ 






CL 


LCL 


CL 


LCL 


5 miles and under 


6i 


3 


^ 


«11 


A^ 


50 


60 


130 


"lO 


44 
6i 


6i 
124 


80 


10 miles and over 5 


61 


3 


5J 


71 


6i 


50 


60 


130 


50 


80 


15 miles and over 10 


6^ 


3 


8 


9 


7^ 


50 


60 


130 


50 


7i 


15 


80 


20 miles and over 15.. 


10 


6^ 


Sh 


n 


10 


70 


80 


140 


70 


9 


17i 


90 


25 miles and over 20 


10 


6^ 


91 


m 


10 


70 


80 


140 


70 


lU 


22§ 


90 


30 miles and over 25 


14 


9 


10 


lU 


121 


90 


90 


150 


90 


m 


221 


90 


35 miles and over 30... 


14 


9 


10 


lU 


12^ 


90 


90 


150 


90 


14 


25 


100 



Note 1.— Applies only on traffic between points in the State of North Carolina. 

Note ■2. — Applies only on interstate traffic. 

Note 3. — Minimum charge. 7 cents for single shipment. 

Effective June 25, 1918. 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



169 



LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD. 

(The rates and charges published below are subject to the increases published on pages 183 to 189, ir 
elusive, effective June 25, 1918, under Order No. 28 of the United States Railroad Administration.) 

CLASS AND COMMODITY RATES. 



Distances 


In Cents Per 100 Lbs. 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 100 Lbs. 


Per 
Ton 


Per Car 


Per 
100 
Lbs. 




1 


2 

14 
17 


3 

12 
14 


4 

10 
12 


5 

9 
11 


6 

7 
10 


A 

6 
9 


B 

5 

8 


C 


D 

4 
5 


E 

5 
6 


F 


G 


H 


J 


K 


L 


M 


N 





P 


R 


7 miles and under 

12 miles and over 7.. 


15 
20 


9 
11 


3 
4 


10 
12 


10 
12 


5 
6 


44 
62 


65 
100 


6.25,6.6o'5.00 
8.106.60 6.28 


8 

8 



Distances 


Is 

mm 


1 


m 

6s£ 


c 
o 
H 

& 

0) o 


o 

s 
s 

'a 

d 

?T3 


1 

o 

W 

.S 


c 

d 

-OO 
IS 


Rough Logs, viz.:Dogwood, Hick- 
ory, Persimmon, Gumwood, Rough 
Oak, Poplar, Pine, Maple, Birch, 
and Other Hardwood Logs, Per Car 
40,000 Pounds, Excess in Proportion 




CL LCL 


CL 


LCL 


7 miles and under 


65 


9 


60 1 75 


60 


72 


50 


4 


$ 5.00 




10 miles and under 






$ 6.50 


12 miles and over 7 


90 


9 


70 


87i 


80 


96 


50 


5 


6.50 




12 miles and over 10 


7.00 

























Effective May 8, 1912. 



MADISON COUNTY RAILWAY. 
CLASS RATES, IN CENTS PER 100 POUNDS. (Advance.) 



Distances 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


c 


D 


K 


L 


M 


N 





P 


8 miles and under 


25 


2U 


19 


16 


13 


11 


Qi 


10 


9 


9 


7i 


n 


7i 


9^ 


7i 


51 











COMMODITY RATES. (Advance.) 
[n Cents Per 100 Pounds, Except as Shown. 





^ 


Weight; 
ight; 

0. S., 
um 


-00 




1 


1 li 

^ '5 to" 


4 






to 

'So 






W 


-si^s 


% !§ 


s 


''^ l.i^ 


3 
o 




.; 






Distances 


1-4 
d 

4 


ment, in Bags, Actu 
Barrels, Estimated 
rtland, 400 Pounds; 
Pounds; C. L. Min 
ight 40,000 Pounds 


o o 




3 

3 


ne, in Barrels, C. L 
ight 24,000 Pounds 
ne, Slacked, for Agr 
rposes, in Bulk or E 
r Ton 2,000 Pounds 

gs, Per Car 40,000 P 
cess in Proportion 


d 

1 

a 


d 

o 


II 

— " ^ 

-as 


h4 
d 




pq 


o.Bm^^'pmo om &(^ o^ 

1 ■ 1 


.1=;^ .13 3 a; ox 


3 


S 


^ 


8 miles and under.. .... 


260 


8 


100 


80 


90 


4i 


7 


90 .«12 ^0 


5J 


8 


7i 


5i 











Effective June 25, 1918. 



(7^ 



170 



N. C. CORPOKATION COMMISSION 



MAXTON, ALMA AND SOUTHBOUND RAILROAD. 

(The rates and charges published below are subject to the increases published on pages 183 to 189, in- 
clusive, effective June 25, 1918, under Order No. 28 of the United States Railroad Administration.) 

CLASS RATES. 









T 


r^ A™ "D^- ir>A T> ^j~ 






Per 
Bbl. 


Per 
100 
Lbs. 


As Per 

Classification 


Per 


Distances 




Per Ton 


Per Car 


Car 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


^ 


E 


H 


F 


K 


L 


M 


N 





P 


7 miles and under... 
12 miles and over 7.. 
17 miles and over 12.. 


18 
22 
26 


15 

18 
22 


12 
16 
17 


10 
12 
14 


8 
11 
13 


8 
10 
10 


7 
8 
8 


7 
9 
9 


6 
9 
10 


6 

7 
8 


8 
11 
11 


6 
12 
12 


12 
18 
20 


5 
6 

7 


80 
90 
100 


95 
100 
100 


1000 
1100 
1300 


900 
1000 
1200 


650 
750 
850 



COMMODITY RATES. 
In Cents Per 100 Pounds, Except Where Otherwise Shown. 



7 miles and under.. 
12 miles and over 7 
17 miles and over 12. 



o 




o 




o 








Bm 




3 o 




S'C 




•^W 








is 




^'t: 




• 0) 




Ofi. 




^<M 


o 


3.S 








Wffl 


O 


65 


9 


90 


9 


95 


11 



o , o 

Ci-h!>- O 

° 3^ 2 « 



LCL 



75 
87^ 
100 



v5 1=1 



60 
80 
100 





c 


C3 






S3 






5 s 






SO 

:s^ 




u a 


-;^ 






iJ o 




^ Ik 


.o 




^i 


O^ 




^)% 


oJCli 




SH 


.S . 




<A " 


P^^ 










mC 


-o o 






1^1 


LCL 


72 


650 


50 


96 


700 


50 


120 


750 


60 



Effective June 5, 1917. 



NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILWAY. 

Freight Tariff— Standard. 



INTEASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



171 



PIEDMONT AND NORTHERN RAILWAY. 

(The rates and charges published below are subject to the increases published on pages 183 to 189, 
inclusive, effective June 25, 1918, under Order No. 28 of the United States Railroad Administration.) 

CLASS RATES IN CENTS. 



From 

Charlotte, N. C. 

To 



Hoskins N. C. 

Finoca N. C. 

Thrift N. C. 

Mt. Holly N. C. 

Belmont Junction N. C. 

Abbey... N. C. 

Belmont. ..N. C. 

McAdenville ....N. C. 

Lowell ....N. C. 

Ranlo ...-N. C. 

Spencer Mountain ...N. C. 

Gastonia ...N. C. 









Per 100 Pounds 








Per Bbl. 




Per 100 Pounds 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


H 


F 


K 


L 


M 


N 





CL 


LCL 


12 


10 


8 


7 


6 


5 


4 


5 


5 


4 


6 


7 


8 


10 


3 


2.5 


2.65 


4i 


3.5 


12 


10 


8 


7 


6 


5 


4 


5 


5 


4 


6 


7 


8 


10 


3 


2.5 


2.65 


41 


3.5 


15 


13 


11 


9 


8 


6 


5 


6 


6 


5 


8 


9 


9.6 


12 


4 


3 


3.35 


5 




18 


15 


13 


11 


9 


7 


6 


7 


7 


6 


9 


11 


11 


14 


4.5 


3.5 


4 


5i 


4.5 


18 


15 


13 


11 


9 


7 


.6 


7 


7 


6 


9 


11 


11 


14 


4.5 


3.5 


4 


5^ 


4.5 


18 


15 


13 


11 


9 


7 


6 


7 


7 


6 


9 


11 


11 


14 


4.5 


3.5 


4 


51 


4.5 


18 


15 


13 


11 


9 


7 


6 


7 


7 


6 


9 


11 


11 


14 


4.5 


3.5 


4 


5h 


4.5 


21 


18 


16 


13 


10 


8 


7 


8 


8 


7 


10 


13 


13 


16 


5 


3.75 


5 


6 


5 


21 


18 


16 


13 


10 


8 


7 


8 


8 


7 


10 


13 


13 


16 


5 


3.75 


5 


6 


5 


21 


18 


16 


13 


10 


8 


7 


8 


8 


7 


10 


13 


13 


16 


5 


3.75 


5 


6 


5 


24 


20 


18 


14 


11 


9 


8 


9 


9 


8 


11 


14 


14J 


18 


5.5 


4 


5 


7 


5.5 


24 


20 


18 


14 


11 


9 


8 


9 


9 


8 


11 


14 


14^ 


18 


5.5 


4 


5 


7 


5.5 



2.5 

2.5 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3.4 

3.4 

3.4 

3.8 

3.8 



COMMODITY RATES, IN CENTS. 



From 
Charlotte, N. 
To 



g 


+3 










u 

►4 




1 


d 


S8 


- 


a 


C(M 


(U 


1 




-3 


,i>i^ 







^ H 


cS G 












PQW 


UH 


u 


65 


35 


7 


65 


35 


7 


65 


50 


9 


90 


55 


11 


90 


55 


11 


90 


55 


11 


90 


55 


11 


95 


60 


13 


95 


60 


13 


100 


60 


13 


100 


65 


14 


100 


65 


14 



Per Ton 2,000 
Pounds 



Cotton 
Seed and 

Cotton- 
Seed 
Hulls 



s 



Sp: 



OS 



Fer- 
tilizer 



1-^ ci 
. o 







02 






73 


a 

u 

^.1 


1 "^ 


a| 




0^^ 


■^ « 








C m 


oJPlH 


.'H 










■43 CO 

^ 
2 2 


dfs 


^w 






eSo 


1§ 

-2H 


§S 


M.- 


WAh 


fe^ 


?^^ 


-0 


X! ^ 


3^ 


Mo 


11 


II 


500 


2 


60 


500 


2 


60 


500 


2i 


60 


500 


3 


70 


500 


3 


70 


500 


3 


70 


500 


3 


70 


600 


3§ 


80 


600 


3§ 


80 


600 


3i 


80 


600 


31 


80 


600 


3§ 


80 



(C O 

Is 



0.2 



d.S 

— ' 02 

M X! 



§1St3 

a«^-§^ 
d2§5 

ssao 



Hoskins... N. C. 

Pinoca .N. C. 

Thrift ...N. C. 

Mt. Holly ..N. C. 

Belmont Junction .N. C. 

Abbey ..N. C. 

Belmont ..N. C. 

McAdenville N. C. 

Lowell N. C. 

Ranlo ..N. C. 

Spencer Mountain N. C. 

Gastonia N. C. 



80 



75 
75 
75 
87^ 
87^ 
87^ 
871 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 



61 



500 
500 
500 
650 
650 
650 
650 
750 
750 
850 
850 
850 



Effective March 18, 1916. 



172 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



RALEIGH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD. 



(The rates and charges published below are subject to the increases published on pages 183 to 189, 
inclusive, effective June 25, 1918, under Order No. 28 of the United States Railroad Administration.) 

CLASS RATES. 









T„ 


f •(.„ Ti^- 1 nr\ T> J„ 






Bbl. 


100 
Lbs. 


As Per Classification 


Distances 




Ton 


Car 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


H 


F 


K 


L 


M 


N 





P 


5 miles and under 

10 miles and over 5 

15 miles and over 10 

20 miles and over 15 

25 miles and over 20 

30 miles and over 25 

35 miles and over 30 

40 miles and over 35 

45 miles and over 40 


12 
18 
21 
24 
27 
30 
33 
33 
36 


10 
13 
16 
18 
20 
24 
26 
26 
28 


8 
11 
14 
16 
18 
20 
22 
22 
24 


6 
9 
11 
13 
14 
16 
18 
18 
20 


6 
8 
9 

10 
12 
13 
14 
14 
15 


5 

7 

71 

8 

9 
10 
11 
11 
12 


5 
6 
61 
7 
8 
8 
9 
9 
10 


5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
11 
12 


5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
10 
101 
101 


I 

6 

7 
8 
8 
9 
9 
9 


6 
8 
9 
10 
12 
13 
14 
14 
15 


6 
9 
11 
12 

14 
16 
18 
18 
20 


10 
12 
14 
16 
18 
20 
20 
21 
21 


4 

5 

5h 

6 

6i 

7 

71 

8 

8 


60 
70 
75 
80 
90 
100 
110 
120 
120 


85 
95 
100 
105 
115 
125 
135 
135 
145 


900 
1000 
1100 
1200 
1400 
1600 
1800 
1800 
2000 


soo 

900 
1000 
1000 
1100 
1200 
1400 
1400 
1600 


500 
650 
750 
850 
950 
1050 
1150 
1200 
1200 



COMMODITY RATES. 



Distances 



5 miles 
10 miles 
15 miles 
20 miles 
25 miles 
30 miles 
35 miles 
40 miles 
45 miles 



W 



and under., 
and over 5. 
and over 10. 
and over 15 
and over 20, 
and over 25. 
and over 30. 
and over 35. 
and over 40. 



80 ! 

80 } 

90 ! 

90 I 
100 I 
100 
110 
110 j 
120 



■o 






^^- 


8 


OS 


<N 


a 




^ 






^<^ 


& 




Is 


O QJ O 


S o 


O^Ph 


f^Pn 


1 

CL 1 LCL 


CL 


LCL 



.So: ^Sndl 



J^^Q^MMf 



^'1 ffi >; - ° 



. O 

OH 



Naval 
Stores 



§^. •: P o ^ 



2 « 



O 



50 
60 
70 
80 
90 
100 
110 
120 
120 



ml 60 

75 80 

871 1 100 

100 I 110 

112^1 120 

125 I 120 

13U' 130 



150 
150 



" -4J , /-^ :3 O — 



^•2 

'S o 

3fl 



.S fiiaci, 



CO CO 



•si 



O 02 



C . ' M fcr a-rS C o CO = b ^ 

.5s?' O 3 o '-•- X O o 3g 
LCL !vJ^ fJOPn rtSK P^Ph H2 



Iheh 



"1 

XiO 

§1 

I" I 

O CjD 
O 3 3 

^so 



650 
650 
700 
700 



5 8 


7 


5 


8 


8 


5 


8 


8 


5 


8 


10 


5i 


12 


10 


5^- 


12 


11 


5i 


12 


11 


5i 


12 


12 


6 


12 


12 



Effective May 14, 1915. 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



173 



RANDOLPH AND CUMBERLAND RAILWAY. 



(The rates and charges published below are subject to the increases published on pages 183 to 189, in- 
clusive, effective June 25, 1918, under Order No. 28 of the United States Railroad Administration.) 

CLASS RATES. 



Distances 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


c 


D 


a 




CL 


LCL 


CL 


LCL 


la 


5 miles and under .. . 


12 
15 
18 
21 
24 


10 
12 
14 
17 
20 


8 

10 

13 

16 

"18 


7 
9 
11 
13 
14 


6 
8 
9 
10 
11 


5 

6 

7 
8 
9 


4 
5 
6 

7 
8 


5 
6 

7 
8 
9 


4 
5 

6 

7 
7 


5 
6 

7 
8 
9 


3 

4 
5 

6 

7 


4 

5 

6 

7 
8 


15 


10 miles and over 5.. . . 


15 




15 


20 miles and over 15— 


15 


25 miles and over 20.. - 


15 







COMMODITY RATES. 





St.I 


., 




/c-^ 






a 
a 

'S 


Naval 








^ 




-k. Tan, C. L. Min. Wt., When cars 36 
Length or Over are Used, 24,000 Lbg 
's Under 36 Ft. in Length 20,000 Lbs 
ck,'Common, Per 1,000 Brick, C. L. 
limum 10,000 Brick 


^ 


1 


3id 


4& 


1 


Stores 


1 

1 

w 
.a 

U 

o a 


o 


a 

3 


6 








-d 


Distances 


H 

B 

-ia 


a 

3 

a 

< 

CO 

.S 
c 
5« 


Cotton Seed and Cottonseed 
Per Ton of 2,000 Pounds, C. 
mum Weight 20,000 Pounds, 
Packed. (See Note) 


Fertilizer, Per Ton 2,000 Pou 
C. L. Minimum Weight 24,00 

(See Note) 


o 

SI 
fit 

go. 

o c 

Is 


6 

It 


".3 

I& 


a 
a; 

H 


— ' o 

11 

-o8 


a 

;,s 

o 

t 
1^ 


O 
1 

P.3 

Si 




w.SowS o a o^ 


CL 


LCL 


CL 


LCL 


c3 3 i'a 3 


c^^" 




o.ti 


5 miles and under 


21 


65 


35 


7 


60 


75 


60 


72 


650 


2i 


^ 


5 


7 


500 


40 


50 


10 miles and over 5 


3 


90 


50 


9 


70 


87i 


80 


96 


650 


3 


4§ 


5 


9 


650 


50 


50 


15 miles and over 10 


4 


95 


55 


11 


80 


100 


100 


120 


700 


4 


5 


7^ 


11 


750 


55 


55 


20 miles and over 15 


4i 


100 


60 


13 


80 


100 


110 


132 


700 


4i 


5i 


9 


13 


850 


60 


60 


25 miles and over 20 


^ 


105 


65 


14 


90 


112J 


120 


144 


750 


4§ 


5i 


9 


14 


950 


60 


60 



Note.— Rates shown above, when applied to intrastate traffic, received from or delivered to con- 
necting lines, are subject to a deduction of 10% on cotton, cotton seed, and cottonseed hulls, and 20% 
deduction on fertilizers. 



174 



N. C. COKPOKATION COMMISSION 



RANDOLPH AND CUMBERLAND RAILWAY— Continued. 

COMMODITY RATES 



(To Cover Articles Included in Classes K, L, M, N, O, and P.) 



Distances 



(3 r 



i 
d 

d 



> 



Si 









T5 




a 




^H ^ 








^»- 










ro 




3 


£° 



'O '3 MO 1 






O fl 
Oh 



C3 ~ ~ c3 ^-T 



CO 5 

O 5 02 



°^'2. 






pq S 



bfi c; 



pqp^ S Opq 



O M 



« ^ 



03 G 






I! 

-a 



ll-l 

gpq^: 



d 

tc"C! 



T3§ 



£3^S 

^o T5 S 

•ss §3 



M a;- 






i -^ 

S d 

a Oi^ph 
af^ So 

i^ a; 2^!^ 

"a 



0) 3 
r:3 o 
HPh 






a 

.a 

'S 



O . 

o.a 

CO • 

^d 

P-lCB 



1-5 

d 

. CO 
- fl 
f^ O 

;:^ 

^O 
t^o 
03 O 



s § 
a s 
.s :S 

T3 a 

Phcq oqP-i 



■^ o 

§Ph 



jjo 
'^o 



3o 
P^§ 



02^ 



miles 



5 

10 
15 

20 miles 
25 miles 



miles 
miles 



and under., 
and over 5. 
and over 10. 
and over 15. 
and over 20. 



40 65 
45 70 



50 75 



80 48 

100 64 

no! 80 

120! 88 

130 96 



Effective June 10, 1916. 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



175 



ROANOKE RAILWAY. 

(The rates and charges published below are subject to the increases published on pages 183 to 189, in- 
clusive, effective June 25, 1918, under Order No. 28 of the United States Railroad Administration.) 

FREIGHT TARIFF. 
In cents per hundred pounds, except where otherwise shown. 









In 


Cents Per 100 Pounds 






Per 
Bbl. 


Per 
100 


As Per 
Classification 


01 


Distances 




Lbs. 


Per Ton 


Per Car 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


H 


F 


J 


K 


L 


M 


N 





p 


5 miles and under... 
10 miles and over 5 . - 


20 
20 


16 
16 


14 
14 


12 
12 


10 
10 


8 
8 


7 
7 


8 
8 


8 
8 


7 
7 


10 
10 


13 
13 


15 
15 


9 
9 


6 
6 


75 
75 


1001100 
100 1100 

i 


1000 
1000 


650 
650 



Distances 


§1 

1! 

o^8 

.2.2 u 

U -.^ QJ 


.S 
a 

O 

o 
O 


§8 
o§ 

:^ 
all 


§ 

Hi ^ 
■ '^ 72 

III 


Logs, Rough, viz.: Dogwood, 
Gum, Hickory, and Persim- 
mon, C. L. Minimum Weight 
40,000 Pounds, Per Car 40,000 
Pounds, Excess in Proportion 


Sand and Loam Soil, C. L. 
Minimum Weight 40,000 
Pounds, Per Car 40,000 
Pounds, Excess in Proportion 


o 

'bo 




CL 


LCL 


5 miles and under... 


90 
100 


9 
9 


60 
70 


75 

871 


60 
80 


650 
650 


500 
650 


50 


10 miles and over 5 


50 







Note 1. — When cars are furnished that will not load 10,000 brick, actual weight, but not less than 
marked capacity of car shall be charged for, estimating the weight at 5,000 pounds per 1,000 brick. 

Note 2. — The rates published herein on Class "P" apply per car 24,000 pounds, excess in propor- 
tion, on lumber and all articles taking lumber rates, and per car 25,000 pounds, excess in proportion, 
on all other articles rated Class "P." 

No deduction in joint traffic. (March 19, 1917.) 

Pine sawmill logs, which may include 20% hardwood logs, 10 miles and under, $2.00 per 1,000 feet, 
carload minimum 3,500 feet. 

Peanuts, 10 miles and under, L. C. L., 8 cents; C. L., 6 cents per 100 pounds. 

Effective December 7, 1916. 



176 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION" 



ROANOKE RIVER RAILWAY. 

(The rates and charges published below are subject to the increases published on pages 183 to 189, in- 
clusive, effective June 25, 1918, under Order No. 28 of the United States Railroad Administration.) 







CLASS RATES 


, IN CENTS PER 100 POUNDS. 














Distances 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


c 


D 


E 


H 


F 


J 


K 


L 


M 


N 





P 




CL 


LCL 


CL 


LCL 




5 miles and under.— 


18 'l5 


12 


11 


9 


8 


6 


8 


6 


8 


5 


6 


8 


9 


12 


8 


5 


65 


90 


900 


800 


500 


10 miles and over 5 - 


23 20 


17 


14 


12 


9 


8 


9 


7 


9 


6 


8 


10 


13 


15 


9 


6 


75 


10011001000 


.650 


15 miles and over 10. 


27 23 


20 


17 


14 


11 


9 


11 


9 


11 


7 


9 


12 


15 


17 


10 


6 


80 


105 12001 1100 


750 



COMMODITY RATES, IN CENTS PER 100 POUNDS. 



DISTANCES 


Tan, C. L. Min. Wt., When Cars of 
in Length or Over are Used, 24,000 
ds; Cars Under 36 Ft. in Length, 
Pounds 




c3 

O" 
>. 
C 

< 

1 

m 
.S 


4 

a 


1 

1 

5 4 


i 

o 

o 

o 

B 

3 

a 

'3 


B 

B 
"3 

d 

1 


"3 
d 

^1 


'3 

bfl . 
^% 

S >< M 


"3 
d 

II 

So' 


li 


•a 

d 

^! 

S-3 




^i^^ 






1«. 


o-H 


•SrS 


?a 


•2 2 S 


is 
u6 


r^R 


1 




M^fSs' 


o 


^1 


S^ 




^2 


^B 


Cos 


cSffl^- 




3 

3i 
4 


9 
11 


750 
750 
900 


3 

3§ 

4 


60 
60 
65 


60 
60 
65 


6 

7 


^ 

6 

7 


41 
6 

7 


^ 

6 

7 


37§ 




45 




45 







Distances 


4 
c 

Oo 

II 
11 

il 

»-;PmPh 


1 

M 

Jl 

OH 

II 


§■5 

III 

11- 


'3 

So 

'O 

d-a 


1 

bO 

1 

a 
a 

'3 
d 


11 

^ o 

SPL| 

il 

s.ai 


d 

II 

cSO 

II 

¥ 
^a 

i 


o 
^1 

S^ 

1* 
il 

ill 

PMCOCL, 


4J 

■5 

1 

a 
a 

'3 
d 

l§ 

?§§ 


a 
a 

'3 

i 
d 

1 

11. 


S 

1 
1 

a 
a 

'3 


l| 

^1 
Oo 

P 

Jo 

II 




75 
90 
105 


6 

7 


48 
64 
80 


6 

7 


7 
8i 


30 
40 
50 


5i 
6 

7 


3 

3.9 

4.5 


4^ 
6 

7 


6 

7 


5i 
6 

7 


37^ 




45 




45 







Effective March 30, 1916. 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



177 



ROCKINGHAM RAILROAD. 

CLASS AND COMMODITY RATES. 



Distances 



In Cents Per 100 Pounds 



1 2 









C 


6 


A 


B 




CL 


LCL 


n 


6^ 


n 


61 


n 


9 


n 


9 


n 


9 


10 


9 


10 


9 


10 


12U0 


12i 


10 


12^ 


14 


m 


u 


lU 


14 



Per 
Bbl 



Per 
100 
Lbs. 



pgj. I Per Car, 
rp^^ [ as Per 
as Per ' Classifica- 
Classifi- tion Excess 
cation 1^ Propor- 
tion 



M N 



5 miles and under.. 17^ 15 

10 and over 5 22^ 20 

15 and over 10 !27| 22i 

20 and over 15 
25 and over 20 



121 10 9 
16il4 \2\ 
19 16i 14 



31i27i|24 120 jl5 

36^J30 27^21116^ 



6^ n 

7U0 
121 
15 



10 



12i 17^ 20 



90| 110 1500 1150 900 
100| 120 1650,12501000 
110] 130 17501400 1150 
130, 140 1900'l500!l250 
140, 140 2000:1650 1400 



Distances 



5 miles and under 

10 and over 5 

15 and over 10 

20 and over 15 

25 and over 20 kh 



Commodity Groups 



80 70 22 
110 90|24 
120| 90,26 
130 100|28:100 
130 100 29110 
I I 



750 
100 750 
130 1 900 
140 900|5^ 
1501050 5^ 



650 
750 
900 
1000 
1150 



650 
750 
900 
1000 
1150 



1300 
1400 
1500 
1600 
1700 



1300 
1400 
1500 
1600 
1700 



Part 1—12 



178 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



ROCKINGHAM RAILROAD— Continued. 



Commodity 



Commodity 
Group 



Bark, tan, carloads, minimum weight: When cars of 36 feet in length, or over, 24,000 

pounds; cars under 36 feet in length, 20,000 pounds 

Brick, common, carloads, per 1,000 brick, minimum 10,000 brick 

Brick, fire and vitrified, carloads, per car 20,000 pounds, excess in proportion 

Cement, carloads, minimum weight 40,000 pounds, per 100 pounds 

Coal, carloads, minimum weight 30,000 pounds, per ton 2,000 pounds 

Cotton, in bales, any quantity, per 100 pounds 

Cotton Seed and Cotton-seed Hulls, carloads and less than carloads, carload minimum 

weight 20,000 pounds, per ton 2,000 pounds..- 

Fertilizer, carloads, minimum weight 24,000 pounds, per ton 2,000 pounds 

Gravel, carloads, minimum weight 40,000 pounds, per ton 2,000 pounds 

Lime, carloads, minimum weight 24,000 pounds, per 100 pounds. 

Logs, rough, carloads, per car 40,000 pounds, excess in proportion 

Lumber, carloads, minimum weight 30,000 pounds, per 100 pounds 

Manure, stable, carloads, minimum weight 15 net tons, per ton 2,000 pounds 

Marl, carloads, per car 40,000 pounds, excess in proportion 

Marl and Ground Limestone, carloads, minimum weight 30 net tons, per ton 2,000 

pounds 

Molasses, in hogsheads or barrels, per 100 pounds.. 

Naval Stores, viz: 

Rosin, Tar, Pitch, and Crude Turpentine, any quantity, per 100 pounds 

Spirits Turpentine, any quantity, per 100 pounds 

Plaster, viz: 

Calcined and Cement, carloads, per 100 pounds 

Wall, carloads, per 100 pounds 

Sand and Loam Soil, carloads, per car 40,000 pounds, excess in proportion 

Stone (including Marble and Granite), carloads, rated Class P in Note 91 of Southern 

Classification, per car 30,000 pounds, excess in proportion 

Stone, broken, crushed, ground or pulverized, carloads, rated 40% less than Class L 

in Note 91 of Southern Classification, per ton 2,000 pounds 

Tobacco, leaf, in hogsheads or tierces, per 100 pounds 

Wood, fire, carloads, minimum 10 cords, per cord 128 cubic feet... 

Wood and Pulp, carloads, minimum 16 cords, per cord 128 cubic feet 



Effective June 25, 1918. 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



179 



SMOKY MOUNTAIN RAILWAY. 

CLASS RATES. 
Group Numbers. For rates, see figures shown below under heading, "Classes." 







c 


d 


d 


d 






^ 


:z; 


^ 


:z; 


BETWEEN 


Q 




i 


-ii! 


^ 




< 


1 




O 
3 


CD 
C 

P3 


Ritter-.- 


..N. C. 




1 


2 


2 


Proctor . 


..N. C. 


1 


- 


1 


2 


*tSugar Fork.. 


..N. C. 


5 


I 1 


.. 


1 


*Bone Valley... 


..N. C. 


2 2 


1 


-- 





Classes, in Cents Per 100 Pounds, Except as Noted 


GROUPS 
(See Above) 


1 


2 


' 


4 


5 


1 

1 

6 I A 


B 


c 


D 


E 


Per 
Bbl. 


H 


K 


Per Ton 


Per Car 








F 


L 


M 


N 





P 


Group No. 1 - 

Group No. 2 


25 
34 


25 


19 
2U 


17i 


.3 

15 


11 
14 


10 

lU 


10 


in 


7i 
9^ 




19 

22^ 


19 
25 


7i 


110 
130 


16017001500 950 
180,1900 1700 1200 



*No Agent. 

fL. C. L. freight only handled. 

COMMODITY RATES. 

Group Numbers. For rates, see figures below under heading, "Commodities.' 





U 


d 


d 


d 




Iz 


^ 


^ 


^ 


BETWEEN § 

< 




1 


o 

M 
* 


>> 

a; 

a 

o 

m 


Ritter N. C. 




1 


2 


2 


Proctor N. C. 




- 


1 


2 


*'3ugar Fork N. C. 




I 1 




1 


*Bone Valley N. C. 




I 2 


1 


-- 



. 












Comm 


odities 












GROUPS 

(See Above) 


Q 


R 


S 


T 


u 


V 


W 


X 


Y 




CL 


LCL 


CL 


LCL 


CL 


LCL 


Group No. 1 


8U 
100 


4i 


4^ 70 


5 
6i 


7h 


17i 
25 


50 
75 


160 
180 


50 
60 


11 

14 


25 


Group No. 2 


5^ 


90 


34 







*No Agent. 

tL. C. L. freight only handled. 
Effective June 25, 1918. 



180 



N. C. CORPOKATION COMMISSION 



TALLULAH FALLS RAILWAY. 

(The rates and charges published below are subject to the increases published on pages 183 to 18fi, 
elusive, effective June 25, 1918, under Order No. 28 of the United States Railroad Administration. ) 

CLASS RATES. 



































Per 
Bbl. 


Per Ton 


Per Carl 


oad 




In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


2,000 


20,000 


Distances 




Lbs. 


Pounds 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


%^ 


A 


B 


c 


D 


E 


H 


J 


K 


F 


L 


M 


N 





P 


5 miles and under 


15 


12 


10 


8 


6 


5 


4 


5 


5 


5 


5 


6 


8 


7 


5 


10 


75 


90 


800 


700 


600 


10 miles and over 5..- 


18 


17 


15 


12 


10 


9 


6 


6 


9 


8 


6 


10 


12 


10 


5 


14 


85 


100 


1000 


900 


750 


15 miles and over 10... 


21 


19 


17 


14 


12 


11 


7 


7 


10 


9 


7 


12 


14 


11 


5i 


16 


95 


110 


1100 


1000 


900 



COMMODITY RATES. 



Distances 


09 

o 
§ 

i 

m 

o 


t3 
OH 

11 
V 


o 

II 

c r 

is 

fi CI, 


. o 

III 


o 

d 

■Is 

Is 


t3 

ill 

p. 


02 el 

II 


Rough Logs, Dogwood, Hickory, 
Persimmon, and Gumwood, Per 
Car 40,000 Pounds, Excess in Pro- 
portion 


Rough Oak, Poplar, Pine, Maple, 
Birch, and Other Hardwood 
Logs, Round or Split, 8 Feet and 
Under in Length, Per Car 40,000 
Pounds, Excess in Proportion 


Si 
""J 

"o g 

CO iK! 

M 
li-l 

cc-5! a 




9 
9 
11 


60 
70 
80 


75 
87i 
100 


60 
80 
100 


72 
96 
120 


50 
50 
55 


4 
5 

5^ 


500 
500 
600 


650 
650 
700 


500 




650 




750 







Effective July 1, 1917. 



TENNESSEE AND NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD. 

CLASS RATES, IN CENTS PER 100 POUNDS. 



Distances 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


c 


D 


F 


1 to 5 miles 


25 
25 
25 
25 
25 


2U 
21i 
2U 
211 
2H 


19 
19 
19 
19 
20 


16 
16 
16 
171 
20 


13 
13 
13 
14 
161 


11 

11 

lU 

12§ 

15 


9 
9 

m 

14 

m 


10 
10 
lU 

15 


7i 

7i 

lU 

m 

15 


6i 

9 

12^ 
14 
161 


4 


6 to 10 miles 


7^ 


11 to 15 miles 


1H 


16 to 20 miles . 


12* 


20 to 22 miles 


15 







INTEASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



181 



TENNESSEE AND NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD— Continued. 

CLASS RATES. 
In Cents Per Hundred Pounds, Except as Noted. 



Item 
No. 




Between 

Newport Junction, Tenn. 
(Except as Noted) 


Q 
< 


d 

! 


•-5 

5? 


6 

o 

a 
1 




1 






25 

211 

20 

20 

15 

14 

15 

14 

14 

15 

12i 


25 

2U 

20 

20 

15 

14 

15 

14 

14 

15 

12^ 


25 




2 . . 


2U 




.3 


20 




4-. - 


20 




5 - - 


15 


30 


6 


14 




A -. 


15 




B -. 


14 




C 


14 




D . 


15 




F. 


12i 













COMMODITY RATES. 
In Cents Per 100 Pounds Except as Noted. 



35 


Bark, carloads, minimum weight 20 000 pounds 


5 

n 

2100 
1900 

100 
10 

75 


5 

2100 
1900 

100 

71 

10 
75 


5 


40 


Canned Goods , in boxes , straight or mixed carloads. 


71 










Cement and Fire Brick, carloads, minimum weight 
30,000 pounds. Rates per car 


2100 


45 


Clay, carloads, minimum weight 30,000 pounds 

Mixed carloads of Cement, Fire Brick, and Clay , will 

be charged for at the rates applicable on the weight 

of each article in the car. 


1900 


50 


Coal, carloads, minimum weight 30,000 pounds. 
(Rates in cents per ton of 2 000 pounds) 


100 


55 


Fertilizer, carloads, minimum weight 24,090 pounds 


7i 


60 


Grain , Grain Products andHay , carloads , minimum 
weight 24,000 pounds 


10 








65 


Iron and Steel: Scrap Iron, consisting of scraps or 
pieces of old or second-hand iron or steel which cannot 
be used again for the purposes for which they were 
used when new (will not apply on old or second-hand 
machinery, engines, or similar articles, unless same 
are broken into scraps or pieces at the point of ship- 
ment before being tendered for shipment) ; also old 
iron or steel rails, carloads, minimum weight 30.000 
pounds. Rates in cents per ton of 2,000 pounds 


75 



^No Agent. Freight must be prepaid. 



182 



N. C. CORPOKATION COMMISSION 



TENNESSEE AND NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD— Continuad. 

COMMODITY RATES— Continued. 



Item 
No. 


Between Q 

Newport Junction, Tenn. Jz; 

(Except as Noted) < 


d 

.s 

1 

O 


d 

o 
'a 


d 

a 
o 

a 


70 


Steel Rails and Fastenings, carloads, minimum 
weight 24,000 pounds . ..- 


5 

1500 
1500 
1500 
1650 
1500 
1750 

5 

6^ 
1250 


5 

1500 
1500 
1500 
1650 
1500 
1750 

5 

6i 
12.50 

IH 


5 










Live Stock, carloads, minimum weight 24,000 
pounds: 

Horses and Mules. Rates per car 


1500 




Cattle. Rates per car --.- 


1500 


75 




1500 






1650 






1500 




Hogs in double deck cars Rates per car 


1750 










Lumber: Oak, hemlock, white pine, yellow pine, 
and spruce lumber, Lath and Shingles, carloads, min- 
imum weight 30,000 pounds 


5 




Lumber, Lath, and Shingles, other than oak, hem- 
lock, white pine, yellow pine, and spruce, carloads, 


61 


80 


Logs, all kinds. Rates per car of 50,000 pounds, ex- 
cessto be charged for in proportion. (SeeNote) 

Note.— In computing charges on shipments in ex- 
cess of 50.000 pounds, fractions should be disposed of 
as follows: 

Amounts of less than twenty-five (25) cents, omit 
or drop; thus— $15.24 will be converted to $15.00 per 
car. 

Amounts of twenty-five (25) cents or more, but less 
than seventy-five (75) cents, to be converted to fifty 
(50) cents: thus— $15.65 will be converted to $15.50 
per car. 

Amounts of seventy-five (75) cents or more, but less 
than one ($1) dollar, to be converted to one ($1) dollar; 
thus— $15.75 will be converted to $16.00 per car. 


1250 


85 


Machinery, carloads, minimum weight 24,000 


lU 








87 


Oils, lubricating, carloads, minimum weight 30,000 
pounds 


8 






7 
4 


7 
4 




95 


Pipe, sewer. Tile, etc.: 
Pipe, sewer, earthen or concrete, and Fixtures, car- 
loads, minimum weight 25,000 pounds; Flues, Flue 
Linings, Flue Tops and Chimney Caps and Drain Tile, 
earthen or concrete, in straight or mixed carloads , or in 
mixed carloads with Sewer Pipe, minimum weight 
30,000 pounds . -- - 


7 




Tile, earthen, farm, drain, carloads, minimum 
weight 24,000 pounds 


4 



^No Agent. Freight must be prepaid. 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



183 



TENNESSEE AND NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD— Continued. 

COMMODITY RATES— Continued. 







d 


d 


d 






^ 


^ 


^ 




Item 
No. 


Between Q 

Newport Junction. Tenn. ;z; 

(Except as Noted) <! 


.s 
1 


4 

•-5 










5 


^ 


a 






o 




1 


100 


Rock, crushed, and Sand, carloads, minimum 








weight 30 000 pounds - -- - 


t3 
7h 


t3 

7h 


4 








105 


Salt, carloads, minimum weight 24,000 pounds.. 


7| 




Firewood, released, to be loaded and unloaded by 






shipper, carloads, minimum weight for cars 34 feet or 








110 


under in length, 10 cords; minimum weight for cars 
36 feet and over 34 feet in length, 12 cords ; minimum 
weight for cars over 36 feet, 13 cords. Rates in cents 












69 


69 


69 










Pulp and Acid Wood, all kinds, carloads, minimum 






weight for cars 34 feet or under in length. 10 cords; 








115 


minimum weight for oars 36 feet and over 34 feet in 
length, 12 cords ; minimum weight for cars over 36 feet, 










13 cords. Rates in cents per cord of 160 cubic feet 


94 


94 


94 



*No Agent. Freight must be prepaid. 

tApplies between Crestmont, N. C, and Mount Sterling and Laurel Fork Jet., N. C. 

Effective December 15, 1918. 

(Pigeon River Division.; 







CLASSES AND COMMODITIES 
























^a3 

Co 




In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 

Ton of 
2,000 




Distances 






Pounds 




1s^ 




1 


2 


3 


* 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


H 


K 


F 


L 


M 


N 

1 


p 


5 miles and under 


?5 


?U 


19 


16 


13 


11 


9 


10 


7^ 


6^ 


10 


10 


6. 


19 


90 


180 


15001500 


1500 


10 miles and over 5.. 


?5 


?u 


19 


16 


13 


1U 


10 


10 


9 


7h 


15 


12^ 


7* 


25 


110 


140 


15001500 


1500 


15 miles and over 10 


25 


2U 


19 


16 


14 


m 


lU 


lU 


in 


10 


17^ 


15 


12i 


31§ 


120 


150 


1500 1500 


1500 


20 miles and over 15 


27i 


22i 


20 


171 


m 


15 


12i 


12^ 


m 


Hi 


19 


17i 


15 


37§ 


130 


160 


1750 1750 


1500 



Note. — Class P applies on lumber, Class N on live stock, and Class O on household goods. In 
computing charges on shipments in excess of weights shown, fractions should be disposed of as follows: 

Amounts of less than twenty-five (25) cents, omit or drop; thus— $15.24 will be converted to $15.00 
per car. 

Amounts of twenty-five (25) cents or more, but less than seventy-five (75) cents, to be converted 
to fifty (50) cents; thus— $15.65 will be converted to $15.50 per car. 

Amounts of seventy-five (75) cents or more, but less than one ($1) dollar, to be converted to 
one ($1) dollar; thus— $15.75 will be converted to $16.00 per car. 



184 



N^. C. COKPOEATION COMMISSION 



TENNESSEE AND NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD— Continued. 

COMMODITY RATES. 
In Cents Per 100 Pounds, Except as Noted. 



Between 

West Canton, N. C, 

(Except as Noted) 



Canned Goods, in boxes, straight or 
mixed carloads, minimum weight 30,000 
pounds 

Cement and Fire Brick, carloads, min- 
imum weight 30,000 pounds , 

Clay, carloads, minimum weight 30,000 
pounds 

Mixed carloads of Cement, Fire Brick, 
and Clay will be charged for at the rates 
applicable on the weight of each article 
in the car. 



Coal, carloads, minimum weight 30,000 
pounds. (Rates in cents per ton of 2,000 
pounds) 

Fertilizer, carjoads, minimum weight 
20,000 pounds 

Fruit and Vegetables, all kinds, straight 
or mixed carloads, minimum carload 
weight 24,000 pounds 

Grain and Grain Products: Wheat, 
Corn, Oats, Rye, Barley, Flour, Meal, 
Bran, Hay, Cotton-seed Meal and Hulls, 
carloads, minimum weight 24,000 pounds. 



Iron and Steel: Scrap Iron, consisting 
of scraps or pieces of old or second-hand 
iron or steel which cannot be used again 
for the purposes for which they were used 
when new (will not apply on old or second- 
hand machinery, engines, or similar ar- 
ticles, unless same are broken into scraps 
or pieces at the point of shipment before 
being tendered for shipment); also old 
iron or steel rails, carloads, minimum 
weight 30,000 pounds. (Rates in cents 
per ton of 2,000 pounds) 



Steel Rails and Fastenings, carloads, 
minimum weight 24,000 pounds-.. 



Lumber: Telegraph and Telephone 
Poles, carloads, minimum weight 40,000 
pounds. (Rates per car) 

Logs, dogwood, in the rough, carloads, 
minimum weight 40,0C0 pounds. (Rates 
per car)— 



61 



6i 



n 



70 



70 



90 90 



90 



100 



100 



1500 



1000 



1500 



1000 



1500 



1000 



1500 



1250 



75 



1500 



1250 



1500 



1250 



75 



5i 



1500 



1500 



1400 I 1400 



'^No Agent. Freight must be prepaid. 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



185 



TENNESSEE AND NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD— Continued. 

COMMODITY RATES— Continued. 







d 


d 


d 


d 


d 


d 


d 


d 






^ 




12; 


:^ 


Z 




:z 




^' 




:z 




Item 


Between p 






i 


i 










i 








No. 


West Canton, N. C, ;z; 






1 


^ 










; 


m 








(Except as Noted) < 


>i 


! 


o 


"S 


d 


t 


% 


oJ 








o 


1 

o 


1 


o3 

S 

III 


3 

-§ 
s 




1 

CO 














* 


m 


* 


* 




Rates between Sunburst, N. C, and 




















above-named stations 


1250 


1250 


1250 


1000 


1000 




lOCO 


1000 




Logs, all kinds. (Rates per car of 40,000 




















pounds, excess to be charged for in pro- 




















portion.) (See Note) 












1250 








Note.— In computing charges on ship- 


















ments in excess of 40,000 pounds, fractions 




















should be disposed of as follows: 




















Amounts of less than twenty-five (25) 


















75 


cents, omit or drop; thus— $15.24 will be 


















converted to $15.00 per car. 




















Amounts of twenty-five (25) cents or 




















more, but less than seventy-five (75) 




















cents, to be converted to fifty (50) cents; 




















thus— $15.65 will be converted to $15.50 




















per car. 




















Amounts of seventy-five (75) cents or 




















more, but less than one ($1) dollar, to be 




















converted to one ($1) dollar; thus— $15.75 




















will be converted to $16.00 per car. 


















80 


Machinery, carloads, minimum weight 




20,000 pounds.. 


4 


4 


5 


5 


6^ 


7i 


7i 


n 






t82 


Oils, lubricating, carloads, minimum 




weight 30,000 pounds 












8 
























85 


Salt, carloads, minimum weight 20,000 




pounds 


4 


4 


5 


5 


61 


6i 


7i 


7h 








Wood: Firewood, released, to be loaded 






and unloaded by shipper, carloads, min- 




















imum weight for cars 34 feet or under in 


















90 


length, 10 cords; minimum weight for 


















cars 36 feet and over 34 feet in length, 12 




















cords; minimum weight for cars over 36 




















feet, 13 cords. (Rates in cents per cord 




















of 160 cubic feet) 


62i 


621 


m 


62i 


69 


69 
















Rates between West Canton, N. C. and 






above-named stations 


94 


94 


94 


94 


94 


94 


94 


94 




Pulp and Acid Wood, all kinds, car- 




















loads, minimum weight for cars 34 feet or 




















under in length, 10 cords; minimum 




















weight for cars 36 feet and over 34 feet in 


















95 


length, 12 cords; minimum weight for 


















cars over 36 feet, 13 cords. (Rates in 




















cents per cord of 160 cubic feet.) See 




















Note.... 


106i 


1061 


106^ 


1061 


106i 


1061 


106- 


IO65 




Note. — Applies only on interstate ship- 














ments. Southern Railway to receive in 




















divisions, 12| cents per cord of 160 cubic 




















feet. 



















*No Agent. Freight must be prepaid, 
tindicates reduction. 



186 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



VIRGINIA AND CAROLINA SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 

CLASS AND COMMODITY RATES. 



Distances 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 
103 
Lbs. 


PerTon, 
as Per 

Classifi- 
cation 


Per Car, 
as Per 
Classifica- 
tion, 
Excess in 
Proportion 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


c 


D 


E 


« 


F 


K 


L 


M 


N 





P 


7 miles and under 


m 


15 12i'lH10 


9 


9 


9 


n 


61 


10 9 


171 


6i 


90 110 1250 


1150 


650 


12 miles and over 7 


22i 


19 16U2^ 


lU 


10 


9 


9 


10 


n 


IIUU 


20 


n 


100 120 1400 


1250 


800 


17 miles and over 12 


27^ 


22i;20 


15 


14 


12i 


10 


lU 


lU 


9 


14 15 


22i 


n 


110 


1301500 


1400 950 


22 miles and over 17 


32i 


26f24 


m 


15 


12^ 


10 


lU 


121 


10 


15 171 


25 


9 


130 


140!l750!l500;i050 


27 miles and over 22 


37i 


31i26§!20 


16^ 


14 


111 


121 


121 


11116120 


25 


9 


130 


1602000 


1650 1200 


32 miles and over 27 


4U 


32^29 22^ 


m 


14 


121 


14 


121 


lU 171221 


25 


10 


150 1702250 


1750 1300 


37 miles and over 32. 


45 


35 30 25 20 


15 


14 


15 14 


121 19 ;25 


271 


10 


150' 180 2500 2000 1450 


42 miles and over 37 


49 


37i 


32i 


26^ 


20 


15 


14 


:« 


,4 


121 


20 


261 


27i 


10 


160 


190 2750 2150 1500 

1 1 1 





u 
















: Dogwood, Hickory, Per- 
od, Oak, Poplar, Pine, 
d Other Hardwood Logs 
,000 Pounds Excess in 


S 


Distances 


CM 

S 

s 

"a 
3 


o 
CM 

s 


1 




c Spm 


1 

n 

■flPM 


a 

o 

fin 

o 
H 








o 

. o 


tin 

d 

s 


-ii 

o o 


a 

1- 


Is 


6 

i 

<j3 


d 

s 


ogs, Rough, viz 
mmon, Gumwo 
aple Birch an 
. L. Per Car 40 
roportion 


M o 








^S 




CQ-T 


u 


UH 


U 


CL 


LCL 


£h 


O 


^ 


^■^^UfU 


§2 


5 miles and under .-- 


165 


7 


70 


24 


80 


110 


80 


fiO 


6 


800 


80 


7 miles and over 5 - . 


165 


7 


90 


24 


80 


110 


100 


60 


6 


800 


80 


10 miles and over 7 


190 


8 


90 


24 


90 


130 


100 


70 




800 


90 




190 
195 
195 


8 
8 
8 


90 
90 
100 


24 
26 
26 


90 
100 
100 


130 
140 
140 


130 
130 
140 


70 
70 
70 


7 
7 
7 


900 
900 
900 


90 




100 


17 miles and over 15 


100 


20 miles and over 17... . 


200 


9 


100 


28 


100 


140 


140 


80 


8 


900 


100 


22 miles and over 20 


200 


9 


100 


28 


100 


140 


150 


80 


8 


950 


100 


25 miles and over 22 


205 
205 


9 

9 


100 
110 


29 
29 


no 

110 


160 
160 


150 
150 


80 
80 


8 
8 


950 
950 


110 


27 miles and over 25— . 


110 


30 miles and over 27 


210 


10 


110 


30 


110 


160 


150 


90 


8i 


950 


110 


32 miles and over 30 


210 


10 


110 


30 


110 


160 


160 


90 


8i 


1050 


110 


35 miles and over 32.. 


215 


10 


110 


31 


120 


170 


160 


90 


84 


1050 


120 




215 
220 
220 


10 
10 
10 


120 
120 
130 


31 
32 
32 


120 
130 
130 


170 
180 
180 


160 
160 
180 


90 
100 
100 


81 
81 

8A 


1050 
1050 
1150 


120 




120 


42 miles and over 40 


120 


45 miles and over 42 






130 








180 






1150 























INTEASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



187 



VIRGINIA AND CAROLINA SOUTHERN RAILROAD— Continued. 

COMMODITY rates-Continued. 





^ 


Naval 
Stores, 
Per 100 


Plaster, 

Carloads, 

viz ■ 


^ c 




Stone, Broken, Crushed, Ground, or Pul- 
verized, C. L., Rated 40% Less than Class 
L in Note 91 of Southern Classification, 
Per Ton 2,000 Pound i 


a; 


a 

3 




to 

1 
« 

o 
o 

w 

CI 

CO a 

i§ 

li 


Pounds 






b.2 

a 

d.s 
■s « 

ll 

CO 


Stone (Including Marble and Gran 
C. L., Rated Class P in Note 91 of 
ern Classification, Per Car 30,000 P 
Excess in Proportion 


o 
o 

a 

o 
a 

i 

O q; 


s 

"S 


Distances 


.S 


& 


a; 
1=1 

3 


CO 

c 
o 

p-> 
8 

i 

O 


a 



o 
Cm 

§ 

C 

S 

IB 
O 


c 

o 
CL, 

g 


5 miles and under 


5 


5^ 




«. 


7 


7 


fi* 


650 


1100 


60 


10 


60 


7 miles and over 5 


5 


?>h 




6* 


7 


7 


R^ 


650 


1100 


60 


10 


60 


10 miles and over 7 


fi^ 


5^ 




fi^ 


8 


8 


7h 


800 


1250 


70 


12^ 


60 


12 miles and over 10 


6i 


5J 




6^ 


8 


8 


7h 


800 


1250 


70 


12^ 


70 


15 miles and over 12 . 


7i 


fi* 




9* 


8 


8 


7* 


950 


1350 


70 


15 


70 


17 miles and over 15 


7h 


(\h 




9^ 


8 


8 


7i 


950 


1350 


70 


15 


80 


20 miles and over 17 


9 


m 




1U 


9 


9 


8i 


1050 


1450 


80 


17^ 


80 


22 miles and over 20... 


9 


(\h 




1U 


9 


9 


8i 


1050 


1450 


80 


17^ 


80 


25 miles and over 22 


9 


fii 




1U 


9 


9 


8i 


1200 


1550 


80 


17i 


80 


27 miles and over 25 


9 


fii 




1U 


9 


9 


8i 


1200 


1550 


80 


17i 


80 


30 miles and over 27 


10 


7 




1U 


10 


10 


9 


1300 


1650 


90 


19 80 


32 miles and over 30. 


10 


7 




1U 


10 


10 


9 


1300 


1650 


90 


19 


90 


35 miles and over 32 


10 


7 




13J 


10 


10 


9 


1450 


1750 


90 


19 


90 


37 miles and over 35 


10 


7 




12^ 


10 


10 


9 


1450 


1750 


90 


19 


90 


40 miles and over 37 


1H 


7* 




1^^ 


10 


10 


9 


1500 


1800 


100 


20 


90 


42 miles and over 40 


1U 


7h 


7i 


12^ 


10 


10 


9 


1500 


1800 


100 


20 


100 


























100 



























Effective August 10, 1918. 



188 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



VIRGINIA-CAROLINA RAILWAY. 

(The rates and charges published below are subject to the increases published on pages 183 to 189, ir 
elusive, effective June 25, 1918, under Order No. 28 of the United States Railroad Administration.) 

CLASS RATES. 



Distances 



7 miles and under. 

12 and over 7 

17 and over 12 

22 and over 17 

27 and over 22 

32 and over 27 

37 and over 32 

42 and over 37 

47 and over 42 

52 and over 47 



1^4 I, 



In Cents Per 100 Pounds 



5|6AB!CDEH 



27 j21 

27 I2I 

30 '[22 

30 122 



16 114 



Per 
Bbl. 



15 

18 

21 

24 

27 

30 

30 

311 

311 

33 



Per 
100 
Lbs. 



K 



Per 
Ton 
2,000 
Lbs. 



L M 



Per Car 
20,000 Lbs., 

Excess in 
Proportion 



fc. !^ 2 



N 



128 i 
143J 
150l 
158' 
1731 
188' 
203 
203' 



180 218 
180 218 



1350 


1200 


1500 


1350 


1650 


1500 


1800 


1500 


2100 


1650 


2400 


1800 


2700 


2100 


2700 


2100 


3000 


2400 


3000 


2400 



750 
975 
1125 
1275 
1425 
1500 
1722 
1800 
1800 
1800 



COMMODITY RATES. 
In Cents Per 100 Pounds, Unless Otherwise Specified. 



Distances 



Cotton 


-73 


i 


g 






S 



Logs, Rough, 




^ 




Seed and 




- ^5\^ 


i^ 


C.L. 40,000 Lbs. 


a 
a 


a 




Hulls 


Oh I^.§ r 


Mini 


mum 





1 







g.S.^u . Idd'J 


:s; !3 


o'S 




Per Ton 2,0 
Pounds M 
izer, C. L. 
ds Min., Pe 


1 |^S!c5 


11 


c 

03 


-1 




0^ 


-Id 


0^ 




S-O ?o: a: O 




lb 




2§ 




^.n 


6^ 


"^Si'^S 3 


i§r-is^ii§ 




s 


's§ 


. 


-i S 


00.^-fjiX2ln^0 












oa^h 


H^flH 


O^pSflH 


O&H P^fe H2 


gqPh 


QW 


0^ 


M&H 


^ 


^Ph 


60 


75 


35 


60 


9 


50 


8 


500 


500 


650 


135 


4 


3 


70 


87 


50 


80 


9 


50 


8 


650 


500 


650 


150 


5 


31 


80 


100 


55 


100 


11 


55 


10 


750 


600 


800 


165 


5h 


^ 


80 


100 


60 


100 


13 


60 


10 


850 


600 


800 


165 


6 


4 


90 


112 


65 


120 


14 


60 


11 


950 


700 


950 


180 


6^ 


4 


90 


112 


70 


120 


15 


60 


m 


1050 


700 


950 


195 


7 


5 


95 


119 


75 


130 


15 


70 


1.3i|ll50 


800 


1100 


202 


7h 


51 


95 


119 


80 


130 


17 


70 


m 


1200 


800 


1100 


210 


8 


6 


100 


125 


85 


140 


18 


80 


15^ 


1200 


900 


1250 


217 


8^ 


61 


100 


125 


90 


140 


19 


80 


15^ 


1200 


900 


1250 


225 


9 


7 



7 miles and under.. 
12 miles and over 7 
17 miles and over 12 
22 miles and over 17 
27 miles and over 22 
32 miles and over 27 
37 miles and over 32 
42 miles and over 37 
47 miles and over 42 
52 miles and over 47 



The minimum charge on any shipment wil 
Effective September 1, 1914. 



be not less than twenty-five cents. 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



189 



WARRENTON RAILROAD. 

(The rates and charges published below are subject to the increases published on pages 183 to 189, in- 
clusive, effective June 25, 1918, under Order No. 28 of the United States Railroad Administration.) 

CLASS RATES. 





























In 

Cents— 


Per Ton, 








Between Warren 
Plains, N. C, and 
Warrenton Rail- 
road Stations 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 
100 
Lbs. 


2,000 
Pounds 


Per Carload 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


H 


F 


K 


L 


M 


*N 


*o 


tP 












































12 


10 


9 


8 


« 


6 


6 


6 


5 


5 


6 


6 


10 


4 


70 


85 


900 


800 


500 







*Minimum carload 20,000 pounds. 

fMinimum carload 25,000 pounds, except lumber, 24,000 pounds. 



COMMODITY RATES. 





1 

si 

ta 

03 3 3 
O O O 


Per 100 Pounds 


'3 


Per Ton 2,000 Pounds 




5 


Naval 
Stores 




1 

Si 

6 t-< 
o o 

II 


If 
II 

si 

o o 




Between Warren Plains, N. C, 

and Warrenton Railroad 

Stations 


^ 1 
cO.S 


1 

a 

& 

3 

'a 
w 


1 
1 




6 ^it 


CL 


LCL 


CL 


LCL 


Warren Plains . . 








i 
















25 


6 


2\ 


5 2 


6 


90 


60 


75 


60 


72 







Effective September 17, 1907. 



190 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



WASHINGTON AND VANDEMERE RAILWAY. 

CLASS RATES, IN CENTS. 



Distances 


Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 
100 
Lbs. 


Per Ton, 
as Per 

Classifi- 
cation 


Per Car, 

as Per 
Classifica- 
tion, 
Excess in 
Proportion 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


bJcId 


E 


H 


F 


K 


L 


M 


N 





P 


7 miles and under 


17U5 


12^10 


9 


9 7i| 7i 7i 


6i 


9 


10 


15 


61 


90 


120 


125o'll50 


750 


12 miles and over 7 


26^20 


17iSl4 


121 


llJllUUlO 


9 


121 


14 


19 


9 


130 


140 


15001250 


950 


17 miles and over 12 


30 


22i 


20 


m 


15 


miiuu'iHio 


15 


16i 


2U 


10 


140 


160 


1650 1400 


1050 


22 miles and over 17 


34 


25 


22i 


19 


16^|12| 


12fl2i!lUl0 


161 


19 


221 


10 


160 


170 


1750 1500 


1150 


27 miles and over 22 


37i29 


25 


2H 


17ill4 


12Vm'l2i'lU 


m 


2H 


25 


lU 


170 


190 


1800 1550|1200 


32 miles and over 27 


4U|32| 


27i 


25 


19 


15 


mis m'm 


19 


25 


25 


lU 


180 


190 


2000,1650 1250 


37 miles and over 32 


45 


36i 


30 


27^ 


20 


161 


14 15 


14 12i 20 


27i 


271 


12i 


180 


200 


2250 1750 


1500 


42 miles and over 37 


49 


40 


32^ 


30 


2U 


m 


15 !15 

1 


14 12il2U 


30 


271 


121 


190 


210 


2250 1750 


1550 



COMMODITY RATES, IN CENTS. 





B. 

a 

"a 
% 

.a 
ffl 

o" 

^1 

(52 


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o 

Ph 

s 

(-4 
d 

<D 

a 

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a 

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o 

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3i 

ll 

is 

ll 

11 


§ 
H 
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Z 

o 

a 
a 

S§ 
^^ 

do 

ll 


C 

o 

a 
o 
H 

a3 
P-i 

d 
1 
o 


c 
:i 
o 
Ph 

s 

d 

a 
3 


Logs, Rough, 

Per Car 40.000 

Pounds, 

Excess in 

Proportion 


Distances 


lii 

O .<^5 

c . o 


.1= 

m 


11 
it 

is 

li 




CL 


.c. 


^2 




165 
165 
190 
190 
195 
195 
200 
200 
205 
205 
210 
210 
215 
215 
220 


7 
7 
9 
9 

10 
10 
10 
10 
11 
11 
11 
11 
12 
12 
12 


24 
24 
24 
24 
26 
26 
28 
28 
29 
29 
30 
30 
31 
31 
32 


80 
80 
90 
90 
100 
100 
100 
100 
110 
110 
110 
110 
120 
120 
120 


90 
90 
110 
110 
130 
130 
130 
130 
140 
140 
140 
140 
150 
150 
150 


1100 
1250 
1250 
1400 
1400 
1400 
1400 
1500 
1500 
1650 
1650 
1950 
1950 
1950 
1950 


80 
100 
100 
130 
130 
140 
140 
150 
150 
150 
150 
160 
160 
160 
160 


60 
60 
80 
80 
90 
90 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
110 
110 
110 


6 
6 

8 

8 

8^ 

81 

81 

81 

9^ 

91 
9i 
10^ 
10^ 
101 


800 
800 
800 
ICOO 
1000 
1000 
1000 
1200 
1200 
1200 
1200 
1400 
1400 
1400 
1400 


650 




650 




650 




750 




750 




750 




750 




900 


25 miles and over 22 


900 


27 miles and over 25 


900 


30 miles and over 27 


900 


32 miles and ovei 30 


1000 


35 miles and over 32 . . . 


1000 


37 miles and over 35— . 


1000 




1000 







INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



191 



WASHINGTON AND VANDEMERE RAILWAY-Ccntinued. 
COMMODITY RATES— Continued. 





6 


Naval 
Stores, 
Per 100 
Pounds 


Plaster, 

Carloads, 

viz.: 


o" 




■^4 

m 




i 


oioo 
















-^ 


£-§ 


oSg 




o 




03 
13 


"0 




CO 

a 


o 




3-1 


3 a 

-co 




03 


1- 


Distances 


L 


§ 


.S 

'a 


^ 


f 


^£ 


SS 


i^fio 


tri%& 


^■1 


' 


P 

i! 


11 


s 

i 


8 

G 

B 

O 


3 

s 


GO 1=1 

11 

^^ 

§ o 
OQPh 


% So 


stone (Including 
C. L., Rated Clas 
ern Classification, 
Excess in Proport 
Stone, Broken, Cr 
verized, C. L., Ra 
Class L in Note 9 
cation, Per Ton 2 
Tobacco, Leaf, in 
Per 100 Pounds 
"Wood, Cord or SI 
C. L. 10 Cords Mi 
Cubic Fee, 


5 miles and under. 


5 


5^ 


fi* 


7 


7 


fil 


650 


40 


1200 


60 


9 


60 


7 miles and over 5 


5 


5* 


fii 


7 


7 


6* 


650 


40 


1200 


60 


9 


60 


10 miles and over 7 


fi^ 


5* 


fii 


9 


9 


8i 


800 


40 


1350 


80 


10 


60 


12 miles and over 10 . . 


6^ 


5^ 


fi^ 


9 


9 


8i 


800 


60 


1350 


80 


10 


70 


15 miles and over 12. 


71 


fi* 


91- 


10 


10 


9 


950 


60 


1450 


90 


1U 


70 


17 miles and over 15. 


7h 


f\h 


Qi 


10 


10 


9 


950 


60 


1450 


90 


1U 


80 


20 miles and over 17.. ... 


9 


6^ 




10 


10 


9 


1050 


60 


1500 


100 


16^ 


80 


22 miles and over 20. 


9 


6^ 




10 


10 


9 


1050 


70 


1500 


100 


16i 


80 


25 miles and over 22_ 


9 


6^ 


1U 


11 


11 


10 


1200 


70 


1550 


100 


16^ 


80 


27 miles and over 25 


9 


f\h 




11 


11 


10 


1200 


70 


1550 


100 


161 


80 


30 miles and over 27 


10 


fi* 




11 


11 


10 


1300 


70 ■ 


1600 


100 


17i' 80 


32 miles and over 30 


10 


fi^ 


1U 


11 


11 


10 


1300 


80 


1600 


100 


17i 


90 




10 
10 
lU 


7 
7 
7^ 


12| 
12^ 
13 


12 
12 
12 


12 
12 
12 


11 
11 
11 


1450 
1450 
1500 


80 
80 
80 


1800 
1800 
1850 


110 
110 
110 


19 
19 
211 


90 




SO 




90 







Effective June 25, 1918. 



192 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



WATAUGA AND YADKIN RIVER RAILROAD. 

CLASS RATES. (Advance.) 



Distances 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


1 


1 

o 

o 




Per Car 20,000 
Pounds, Excess 
in Proportion 






1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


H 


F 


K 


L 


M 


N 





p 


7 miles and under 


25 


21i 


19 


16 


13 


11 


10 


10 


9^ 


74 


111 


19 


19 


74 


110 


160:1700 


1500 950 


12 miles and over 7 


34 


25 


2H 


m 


15 


14 


IH 


11^ 


lU 


94 


15 


25 


224 


94 


130 


180!l900l700 1200 


17 miles and over 12 


40 


30 


26^ 


2\\ 


17^ 


14 


12i 


14 


13 


114 


17 


30 


264 


104 


140 


1902050^1900 1400 


22 miles and over 17 


45 


34 


30 


25 


19 


15 


14 


15 


15 


13 


19 


34 


30 


114 


150 


200122501900 1600 


27 miles and over 22 


5H 


37i 


34 


26i 


22i 


17^ 


15 


m 


17 


15 


224 


374 


34 


12 


170 


22026502050 1800 


32 miles and over 27 


561 


45 


37^ 


30 


25 


19 


15 


19 


19 


15 


244 


45 


374 


13 


190 


24030002250| 1950 


37 miles and over 32 


m 


49 


411 


34 


261 


2U 


17^ 


2\\ 


19 


17 


264 


49 


374 


14 


210 


250 3400:2650 2150 


42 miles and over 37 


62i 


49 


4U 


34 


261 


211 


m 


211 


19^ 


17 


264 


49 


394 


15 


230 


250 3400 2650 2250 


47 miles and over 42 


67 


52^ 


45 


37 


27^ 


22^ 


19 


22i 


19^ 


17 


274 


524 


394 


15 


230 


270 3750,3000 2250 


52 miles and over 47 


67 


52i 


45 


37 


2n 


22i 


19 


221 


20 


17 


274 


524 


414 


15 


230 


270 3750 3000 2250 



COMMODITY RATES. (Advance.) 
In Cents Per Ton 2,000 Pounds, Except Where Otherwise Specified. 



Commodities 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


Bolts and Butts, wood, carload minimum weight 
40,000 pounds - - - -- 


60 


70 


80 


80 


90 


90 


100 


110 


120 


130 


Bark, tan, carload minimum, when cars of 36 feet in 
length or over are used, 24.000 pounds; cars under 
36 feet in length, 20,000 pounds; same as Lumber, 
common 




Brick, common, carload minimum 10,000 brick, per 
1,000 brick 


125 

80 

50 

50 

50 
50 
24 

100 

10 

90 
50 

5 

60 
60 

70 


125 

90 

50 

50 

50 
60 
24 

100 

10 

90 
60 

5 

70 
70 

80 


150 

90 

60 

60 

60 
60 
26 

120 

124 

100 
60 

64 
70 
80 

80 


150 
100 

60 

60 

60 
70 

28 

120 
124 

100 
70 

64 
70 
80 

90 


175 
100 

80 

70 

70 
80 
29 

130 

14 

110 

80 

74 
70 
90 

90 


175 
100 

80 

70 

70 
80 
30 

130 

144 

110 
80 

74 
70 
90 

100 


200 

100 

80 

80 

80 
90 
31 

140 

17 

120 
90 

9 

80 
100 

100 


200 

110 

90 

80 

80 
90 
32 

140 

17 

120 
90 

9 

80 
110 

110 


225 

110 

90 

90 

90 
100 
33 

150 

194 

130 
100 

10 
80 
120 

110 


?.?h 


Cement, in packages or in bulk, carload minimum 
weight 50,000 pounds 


T'O 


Clay, common, not ground, carload minimum weight 
40,000 pounds. - . ...---- 


90 


Coal, carload minimum weight 30,000 pounds, per ton 
2,000 pounds . . . - 


90 


Coke, carload minimum weight 30,000 pounds, per ton 
2,000 pounds -- ..- - -- 


90 


Conduits, carload minimum weight 40,000 pounds 

Cotton, in bales, any quantity, per 100 pounds 

Cotton Seed and Cotton-seed Hulls, carload minimum 
weight 20 000 pounds, per ton 2,000 pounds 


110 

34 

150 


Excelsior, pressed in bales, less than carloads, per 100 
pounds 


194 


Fertilizer, carload minimum weight 20,000 pounds, per 
ton 2,000 pounds 


1.S0 


Fire Proofing, carload minimum weight 30,000 pounds 
Grain, in bulk, carload minimum weight 30,000 


120 
10 


Gravel, carload minimum weight 40,000 pounds 

Iron, scrap, carload minimum weight 30,000 pounds 

Lime, agricultural, carload minimum weight 40,000 
pounds 


90 
130 

120 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



193 



WATAUGA AND YADKIN RIVER RAILROAD— Continued. 

COMMODITY RATES (ADVANCE)— Continued. 



Commodities 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


>0 


Limestone, ground, less carload, minimum weight 






















40,000 pounds 


50 


60 


60 


60 


80 


80 


80 


90 


110 


130 


Loam, carload minimum weight 40,000 pounds 


50 


60 


60 


60 


60 


80 


80 


90 


90 


90 


Logs, all kinds, per car 40,000 pounds, excess in pro- 






















portion 


950 


1150 


1300 


1450 


1600 












Lumber, carload minimum weight 24,000 pounds, per 














5^ 


fii 


6* 


7^ 


7^ 


q 


q* 


1U 


1?,^ 


14 


Manure, carload minimum weight 35,000 pounds 


60- 


60 


60 


70 


70 


80 


80 


90 


90 


90 


Molasses, in barrels or hogsheads, carload minimum 










1 










weight 20 000 pounds, per 100 pounds 


e; 


65 


7 


120 


8 9 


pi 


10 


10^ 


1U 


Plaster, wall, carload, minimum weight 24,000 pounds. 


100 


110" 


110 


120 jl20 


120' 


130 


140 


140 


Sand, building, carload minimum weight 40,000 






















pounds - 


60 


70 


70 


70 


70 


70 


80 


80 


80 


90 


Soil, carload minimum weight 40,000 pounds 


50 


60 


60 


60 


60 


80 


80 


90 


90 


90 


Spalls, carload, minimum weight 40,000 pounds. 


60 


70 


70 


70 


70 


70 


80 


80 


80 


90 


Stone, rough, carload minimum weight 40,000 pounds.. 


80 


90 


90 


90 


90 


90 


100 |100 


100 


110 


Stone, dressed, carload minimum weight 40,000 pounds 


90 


100 


100 


100 


.100 


100 


110 illO 


110 


120 


Stone, crushed, carload minimum weight 40,000 pounds 


60 


70 


70 


70 


70 


70 


80 


80 


80 


90 


Tile, porous only, carload minimum weight 30,000 






















pounds _ . 


80 


80 


80 


90 


90 


100 


110 120 


120 


\m 


Wood, fire, carload 10 cords minimum, per cord of 128 




cubic feet 


90 


90 


100 


100 


110 


110 


120 120 


130 1130 


Wood, acid, carload 10 cords minimum, per cord of 160 










cubic feet . . 


90 


100 


125 


125 


125 


130 


130 


140 


140 


150 


Wood, pulp, carload 10 cords minimum, per cord of 160 




cubic feet 


90 


100 


125 


125 


125 


130 


130 


140 


140 


150 







Effective September 20, 1918. 



WELLINGTON AND POWELLSVILLE RAILROAD. 
CLASS AND COMMODITY RATES. 



Distances 



In Cents Per 100 Pounds 



' 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


c 


D 


E 


15 


121 


10 


74 


71 


64 


64 


64 


64 


5 


7i 


22i|l6^:i4 


114 


10 


9 


n 


74 


74 


64 


10 


26^ 


20 171 


14 


m'lu 


10 


10 


9 


74 


114 


30 


22i20 


m 


14 llli 


10 


114 


10 


9 


14 


34 


25 


22i 


19 


161 


n, 


114 


124 


114 


10 


164 



Per 
Bbl 



Per 
100 
Lbs. 



Per Ton, 
as Per 

Classifi- 
cation 



Per Car, 
as Per 
Classifi- 
cation, 
Excess in 
Proportion 



N 



5 miles and under [15 

10 miles and over 5. 
15 miles and over 10. 
20 miles and over 15. 
25 miles and over 20. 



90 



100 
110 



110 
120 
130 
130 
140 



900 
1000 
1150 
1250 
1400 



750 
900 
1000 
1150 
1250 



650 
700 
750 
900 
1000 



Part 1—13 



194 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



WELLINGTON AND POWELLSVILLE RAILROAD-Continued. 

CLASS AND COMMODITY RATES. 





pq 

1 

6 

i 

pq 


1 
s 

6 


1 

4 

a 

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a 

1^ 

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do 

OH 


§ 

^. 

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it 

OPM 


6 


o 

1 

d 

o 

o 
O 


1 

§ 

1 

d 

II 

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to 

1 
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31 


a 
§ 

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§, 
1 

d 

.a 
1 


1 

§ 

1-4 
d 

1 

5 


oo 

h4 
d 

a 


Live Stock, 
Each 


Distances 


1 


1 
O 

Is 

o 


1 


1 


5 miles and under 


190 
200 
210 
210 
225 


6 

7 

7i 
8 
8^ 


90 
100 
110 
110 
120 


70 


94 


80 
90 
100 
100 
110 


80 

90 

110 

120 

130 


80 80 
90| 100 
100 110 
lOo' 130 
110 140 


60 
60 
70 
70 
70 


5 
6 
6i 

7 
7i 


310 
310 
310 
310 
310 


190 
190 
190 

m 

190 


90 
90 
90 
90 
90 


60 


10 miles and over 5 


80 24 
90 26 
110 28 
120 29 


fiO 


15 miles and over 10 


60 


20 miles and over 15 . . 


60 


25 miles and over 20 


60 





Logs, Mill, viz.: Pine, Poplar, Cypress, 
Gum, Per 1,000 Feet, C. L. Minimum: 
Loaded on Log Cars, 2,000 Feet; Loaded 
on Flat Cars, 4,000 Feet 


1 



si 

a.a 


Plaster, 

Carloads, 

viz.: 


73 

ti-9 

73 S 


Stone (Including Marble and Granite), 
C. L., Rated Class P in Note 91 of South- 
ern Classification, Per Car 30,000 Pounds, 
Excess in Proportion 


Stone, Broken, Crushed, Ground, or Pul- 
verized, C. L., Rated 40% Less than Class 
L in Note 91 of Southern Classification, 
Per Ton 2,000 Pounds 


o 
H 


a 

cS 
§ 

1 

pq - 

Id 
;>o 


1 

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s 
O 

1 

o 

73 

1 


1 


Distances 


a 
1 


PI 

IS 

s 

i 
1 

a 
c3 


S 

I 

i 


o 
O 

0& 

^'£ 

'^' i 

o s 


5 miles and under 


160 
200 
220 
250 
310 


4 

5 
H 


6 

7 
7i 
8 
81 


6 

7 

7i 

8 


5i 
6^ 

7 

7^ 

8 


750 
800 
850 
900 
1050 


1100 
1150 
1200 
1300 
1400 


60 
60 
70 
70 
70 


9 
10 
lU 
12i 
14 


160 
160 
160 
160 
160 


60 
60 
70 
80 
80 


500 




500 


15 miles and over 10 


500 


20 miles and over 15 


550 


25 miles and over 20 


550 







Effective June 25, 1918. 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



195 



WILMINGTON, BRUNSWICK AND SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 

CLASS AND COMMODITY RATES. 



Distances 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 100 

Lbs. 


Per Ton, 
as Per 

Classifi- 
cation 


Per Car, 
as Per 
Classifi- 
cation, 
Excess in 
Proportion 




1 


2 


3 


' 


' 


6 


A 


B 


c 


^ 


E 


H 


F 


J 


K 


L 


M 


N 





P 


5 miles and under... . 
10 miles and over 5 . . 
15 miles and over 10 . . 
20 miles and over 15 . . 
25 miles and over 20 . . 
30 miles and over 25 . . 


19 

22i 

26^ 

30 

32i 

35 


15 

17i 

2U 

25 

27i 

30 


m 

15 

19 

211 

22i 

25 


10 

m 

15 

m 

20 

22^ 


7h 
10 
121 
15 
17i 
20 


■6i 
9 
10 
12^ 
15 

m 


6^ 
9 
10 

m 

15 


6i 
9 

Hi 

14 

m 
m 


7h 

9 
10 

m 

121 
14 


6i 
7h 
9 
10 

m 
m 


7h 
10 

15 

m 

20 


10 

If 

m 

20 

22i 


15 
17i 
19 
20 

221 
25 


6i 
7h 
10 

m 

15 

171 


5i 

61 

7 

7i 

8 

9 


90 
100 
110 
130 
140 
150 


110 
120 
130 
140 
140 
150 


1500 
1650 
1750 
1900 
2000 
2150 


1150 
1250 
1400 
1500 
1650 
1750 


900 
1000 
1150 
1250 
1400 
1500 





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^■' 




1 

c3 






^•§ 










M 


2 
1 




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s 

^ 




OH 

3^ 


a 
a 








o 


M 




.a 


^ 




w-§ 


-S 






s 
a 


1 

73 ^ 








-0 fl 


a 






Distances 


1-4 
d 

o8 


1 
g 

i 

6 


el 
11 


a 
do 

1g 


o 

s 

.3 


otton Seed and Cotto 
inimum Weight 20,000 
000 Pounds 


1 

o 


o 
Eh 

d 


1 
s 

d 






0)0" 


a 




o 


OSc^- 


§3o 


1 


a 










WPh 


u< 


U 


o<^ 


OH 


O 


CL 


LCL 


(2hc«- 


o 


h4 


5 miles and under 


165 


m 
m 


6^ 


12^ 


70 


24 


80 


90 


80 


60 


5^ 


7 miles and over 5 


165 


7 


12i 


70 


24 


80 


90 


100 


70 


6 


10 miles and over 7 


190 


12| 


7 


m 


90 


24 


90 


110 


100 


70 


6 


12 miles and over 10 


190 


12| 


7h 


12i 


90 


24 


90 


110 


130 


70 


6i 


15 miles and over 12 ... 


195 


121 


71 


12i 


90 


26 


100 


130 


130 


70 


65 


17 miles and over 15 


195 


12i 


8 


12§ 


90 


26 


100 


130 


140 


80 


7 


20 miles and over 17 


200 


121 
12i 


g 


12^ 


100 


28 


100 


130 


140 


80 
90 


7 
75 


22 miles and over 20 


200 


8i 


12| 


100 


28 


100 


130 


150 


25 miles and over 22 


205 


12^ 


8i 
9 


12^ 


100 


29 


110 


140 
140 


150 


90 
90 
90 


8 


27 miles and over 25 


205 


121 
121 


12i 
121 


100 


29 


110 


150 


30 miles and over 27 


210 


9 


105 


30 


no 


140 


150 







196 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



WILMINGTON, BRUNSWICK AND SOUTHERN RAILROAD— Continued. 
CLASS AND COMMODITY RATES— Continued. 



Distances 



Logs, viz. 



.S ^ 

o s 



Naval 
Stores, 
Per 100 
Pounds 



>>fi, Sot: 



^ 3 fl o ^ 




(-1 t-i 



^p: 



5 miles and under.. 

7 miles and over 5 
10 miles and over 7 
12 miles and over 10 
15 miles and over 12 
17 miles and over 15 
20 miles and over 17 
22 miles and over 20 
25 miles and over 22 
27 miles and over 25 
30 miles and over 27 



190 
190 
190 
220 
220 
220 
220 
250 
250 
250 
250 



1000 
1000 
1000 
1250 
1250 
1250 
1250 
1500 
1500 
1500 
1500 



Commodity 


From 


To 


Rate 

in 
Cents 


Fish, fresh, carloads, minimum weight 12 
net tons, per 100 pounds 


Southport N. C. 

Southport N. C. 

Navassa (when from 
beyond) -.-.N. C. 


Navassa (when for 
beyond) — . N. C. 

Navassa (when for 
beyond).... N. C. 

Southport... N. C. 




Fish, fresh, less than carloads, per 100 
pounds . . ..... 


m 


Pipe, cast iron, carloads, minimum 
weight 25 net tons, per ton 2,000 pounds- 


19 
100 



Effective June 25, 1918. 



WINSTON-SALEM SOUTHBOUND RAILWAY. 

FREIGHT tariff-Standard. 



LIMITED COMMON CARRIERS 



Pursuant to chapter 160, Public Laws 1911, the Corporation Commission 
has given authority to logging roads to become) carriers of kinds of commodi- 
ties other than their own, and has approved tariff for them as follows: 

ANDREWS MANUFACTURING COMPANY. 

OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 




W. T. Latham.. 













Andrews to Old Road Gap (miles) 



ROAD OPERATED. 



FREIGHT TARIFF. 



Articles 



Logs, Lumber and Railroad Ties, per car 

Ores, Clays and other mineral products, per car.. 

Acid Wood, Pulp Wood, Firewood, and Bark, per cord. 



Rate 



$ 10.00 

10.00 

1.00 



Effective June 23, 1917. 



CARR LUMBER COMPANY. 
OFFICERS. 



Title 


1 

i 


Name 


Official Address 


! 


Pisgah Forest, N. C. 





ROAD OPERATED. 
Pisgah Forest to Vanderbilt Boundary (miles) 



20 



Articles 



Timber, Lumber, and other Forest Products, loaded by the car and shipped in carload 
lots, per car 

Wood and Bark, from any point on its own line to its terminus at said station of Pisgah 
Forest, per cord. 

Transferring loaded cars from its own yards over the tracks of the Southern Railway Co. 
to the yards ofthe Brevard Tannin Co., per loaded car 

No charge for returning empty cars. 



Rate 



$ 10.00 

.50 

2.00 



Effective December 22, 1917. 



198 



N". C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



EMPIRE MANUFACTURING COMPANY RAILROAD. 

OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President 


A. H. Edgerton 


Goldsboro. 


Secretary 


H. Weil 


Goldsboro. 









ROAD OPERATED. 
Oliver's Station to within 3 miles of Bentonville (miles) 



FREIGHT TARIFF. 



Articles 



Rate 



Fertilizer: 
Under 6 miles — 

Per car of 20 tons and less -. .-. 

Per ton in excess of 20 tons 

Over 6 miles — 

Per car of 20 tons and less. 

Per ton in excess of 20 tons 

Brick: 
Under 6 miles — 

Per 1,000 (minimum car 8,000 brick) 

Over 6 miles — 

Per 1,000 (minimum car 8,000 brick) 

Merchandise, Household Furniture and Feed: 
Under 6 miles — 

Per car of 20 tons and less (excess in proportion). 
Over 6 miles — 

Per car of 20 tons and less (excess in proportion). 
Wood: 
Under 6 miles — 

Per cord (minimum 12 cords) 

Over 6 miles — 

Per cord (minimum 12 cords) 



$ 10.00 


1.00 


12.50 


1.00 


1.00 


1.25 


8.00 


10.00 


.50 


.75 



Above rates apply in carload lots, less than carload lots will be handled only on the carload rate. 
Effective March 11, 1914. 



LIMITED COMMON CARRIERS 



199 



ENTERPRISE LUMBER COMPANY. 

OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


General Manager 

Secretary and Treasurer. 




Mount Olive, N. C 


F. B. Short 


Mount Olive, N. C. 







Mount Olive to New Camp (miles). 



ROAD OPERATED. 



18 



FREIGHT TARIFF. 



Commodities 



Under 
6 Miles 



6 to 8 
Miles 



8 to 10 , 10 to 12 
Miles Miles 



12 to 15 
Miles 



16 
Miles 



Fruit and Vegetables, per crate... 

Fruit and Vegetables, per car 

Empty Crates or Barrels, per car 

Empty Crates or Barrels, each 

Fertilizers, 20 tons maximum 

Fertilizer, from 10to20tons, perton 

Fertilizer, less than carload, per ton 

Fertilizer, all over 20 tons, per ton 

Cotton Seed and Hulls 

Cotton Seed and Hulls, less than car- 
load, per ton 

Holly, Lime, and Flour, in carloads 

Brick, minimum 10,000, per 1,000 

Wood, minimum 10 cords, per cord 

Cotton, per bale... 

Furniture, per 100 pounds 

Chickens and Eggs, per crate 

Merchandise, not classed, per 100 
pounds 



> 151 
14.00 
11.00 

18.75 
1.05 
1.95 
3.10 

17.20 

1.95 
14.00 
1.55 



$ m 

15.50 

11.00 
71 

21.75 
1.25 
2.30 
3.10 

19.60 

2.30 
15.50 



.75 


.75 


.95 


.95 


.25 


.27 


.30 


.30 



$ 15^ 

17.25 

12.50 
9^ 

26.50 
1.50 
2.75 
3.75 

21.90 

2.75 
17.25 
1.95 
.75 
.95 
.30 
.30 



$ 15§ 

19.25 

12.50 

9^ 

29.75 

1.55 

3.10 

3.90 

25.00 

3.10 
19.25 

1.95 
.80 

1.00 
.30 
.30 

.20 



S 151 

21.75 

14.00 
91 

31.25 
1.75 
3.50 
4.40 

28.00 

3.50 
21.75 

1.95 
.90 

1.00 
.30 
.30 

.20 



$ .19 
25.00 
14.00 
91 
39.00 
2.30 
3.90 
4.70 
31.25 

3.90 
25.00 

2.30 
.90 

1.00 
.35 
.30 

.25 



Effective June 25, 1918. 



200 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSIOA' 



FISHING CREEK TIMBER AND RAILROAD COMPANY. 
OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 




R. A. Stamper 


Tarboro, N. C. 









ROAD OPERATED. 
Stamper, N. C, to Cofield's Bridge, N. C, (miles).. 











Cotton Seed, 












Fertilizer, 


Carload 




All Other 








Any 


Minimum 


Cotton in 


Commodities, 




Between 
Stamper, N. C, 




Quantity, 


Weight 10 


Bales, Any 


Any 






Per Net 


Tons, Per 


Quantity, 


Quantity, 




and— 




Ton 2,000 
Pounds 


Net Ton 
of 2,000 
Pounds 


Per Bale 


Per 100 
Pounds 






...N. C. 


$ .75 
1.00 


$ .75 

.85 


.35 
.35 


.10 


White .. 




...N. C. 


.10 


Purvis.. 




...N. C. 


1.00 


1.00 


.35 


.10 


Cofield' 


3 Bridge 


...N. C. 


1.50 


1.25 


.35 


.10 



Effective February 3. IQK 



LIMITED COMMON CARRIERS 



201 



FOSBURGH LUMBER COMPANY. 

OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President 


James F. Barnett. .. 


Norfolk, Va. 




John M. Gibbs 


Norfolk, Va. 


Secretary 


Clay H. Hollister 


Norfolk, Va. 


Treasurer . 


Nathan H. Bundy.. . 


Norfolk, Va. 









ROAD OPERATED. 

Vaughan, N. C, to near Essex, N. C. (miles) 14.50 

FREIGHT TARIFF. 



Articles 



Rates 



Cotton, per bale... 

Peanuts, per bag 

Cotton Seed, Cotton-seed Meal, Cotton-seed Hulls, C. L., per ton 

Same, L. C. L., per ton 

Leaf Tobacco, in baskets, per 100 pounds 

Grain, Hay, Meal, Flour, Bran, Hominy, Grits, and Shipstuff, per ICO pounds 

Lard, Sugar, Salt Fish, Molasses, Vinegar, and Oil, in barrels or drums 

Salt, C. L., per 100 pounds 

Salt, L. C. L., per 100 pounds.. 

Groceries, N. O. S., per 100 pounds 

Boots, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Dry Goods, and Notions, per 100 pounds 

Live Stock, per car 

Agricultural Implements and parts thereof — Bar and Band Metal, Nails, Horse and Mule 

shoes, Machinery, and Fence Wire, C. L., per 100 pounds 

Same, L. C. L., per 100 pounds 

Furniture, Household Goods, and Woodenware, C. L., per 100 pounds 

Same, L. C. L., per 100 pounds 

Hardware, N. O. S., and Saddlery, per 100 pounds 

Poultry and Eggs, per 100 pounds 

Vehicles, S. U., per 100 pounds 

Vehicles, K. D., packed, per 100 pounds. 

Brick, C. L., per 1,000 brick... 

Lime and Cement, C. L., per 100 pounds 

Glassware, Crockery, and Jugware, per 100 pounds 

Cross and Switch Ties, per car.. 

*Fertilizer: 

Vaughan to Home's Siding, C. L., per ton 

Vaughan to Home's Siding, L. C. L.. per ton 

Vaughan to Rogers' Siding, C. L., per ton 

Vaughan to Rogers' Siding, L. C. L., per ton 

Vaughan to Capps' Siding, C. L. per ton. 

Vaughan to Capps' Siding, L. C. L., per ton 

Vaughan to Hollister, C. L , per ton. 

Vaughan to Hollister, L. C. L., per ton. 



.70 

.15 

1.20 

1.44 

.18 

.10 

.13 

.06i 

.09 

.25 

.30 

14.00 

.13 
.15 
.13 
.18 
.25 
.30 
.90 
.25 
1.15 
.08 
.18 
15.00 



Effective February 12, 1917. 
*Effective January 18, 1917. 



202 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



GREENLEAF JOHNSON LUMBER COMPANY. 

OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


Superintendent 


R. L. Hayes 


Vaughan. 







ROAD OPERATED. 
Vaughan, N C, to Sturdivant, N. C. (miles)... 

CLASSIFICATION OF RATES. 



27.0 



Articles 



Rate 



Advertising Matter, all casses. 

Agricultural Implements (N. O. S. 
Ale 



Apples, in barrels- 
Bagging and Ties. 
Baking Powders... 
Baskets. 



Belting 

Bicycles 

Boots and Shoes 

Brick, carload, per 1,000.. 

Brick (less than carload, 20% higher). 

Buggies and Carriages 

Barrels and Drums, empty 

Buckets, Tubs, etc 

Canned Goods 

Cakes and Crackers 

Camping Outfits, carload 

Camping Outfits, less than carload... 
Candies. 



Carpeting. 

Cartridges 

Cement and Lime. 
Cheese 



Cider, in barrels 

Cigars and Cigarettes. 
Clothing 



Coca-Cola 

Coffee 

Cotton Seed and Hulls 

Cotton Seed and Hulls (less than carload, 20% higher) 

Cotton, per bale 

Crates, empty, returned 

Doors, Windows, and Blinds 

Drugs 



Dry Goods and Notions 

Earthenware 

Eggs, per crate 

Engines and Equipments (Machinery, etc.) 

Engines and Equipments (Machinery, etc.), carload minimum 20,000 pounds. 

Explosives 

Fence Wire 

Fertilizers 

Fertilizers (less than carload, 20% higher) .-. 

Firearms - - 



1 
1 

a 

5 
A 
3 

Dl 
2 

Dl 
1 
1.2a 
P 
1 
6 
1 

4 
A 

3 
4 

1 

A 

4 
3 

1 
3 
5 

N 
N 
G 



1 
3 

25c 
3 
S 

Dl 
5 
N 
N 
1 



LIMITED COMMON CARRIERS 



203 



GREENLEAF JOHNSON LUMBER COMPANY— Continued. 

CLASSIFICATION OF RATES— Continued. 



Articles 



Fish .- - -- 

Flour 

Flour, in sacks 

Fruit Jars-- 

Glassware 

Grain 

Groceries (N. O. S.) - -- -.. 

Hardware.. - 

Hay, Fodder, etc.. less than car lots 

Hay, Fodder, etc., car lots 

Hides and Furs... - 

Hogs -- 

Household Goods, Furniture (not released) 

Household Goods, value limited to $5 per hundred pounds in case of loss or damage 

Ice, car lots (20,000 pounds minimum) 

Ice (less th an car lots) 

Iron and Steel Ai tides (N. O. S.) 

Lard, in ca ses or tubs 

Lard, in tierces. 

Leather.. 

Live Poultry 

Live Stock, Hoises and Mules, ea-ch, 2,000 pounds; two, 3,000 pounds; 1,000 pounds each 

additional one... 

Lye 

Meal 

Meat 

Molasses.. 

Nails , 

Nuts 

Oil.. 

Paints 

Paper, in rolls or bundles 

Peanuts, in sacks. 

Pipes. 

Potatoes 

Powder 

Returned Soda Water Empties 

Roofing 

Roots and Herbs 

Rope 

Rubber Goods (N. O. S.) 

Saddles and Harness. 

Salt 

Shipstuff 

Soaps 

Soda 

Stationery :. 

Stoves, Stove-pipe, and Fixtures, crated 

Stoves, Stove-pipe, and Fixtures, not crated 

Sugar 

Tinware . 

Tobacco 

Vehicles 

Vegetables- 

Wagons, K. D 



Rate 



204 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



GREENLEAF JOHNSON LUMBER COMPANY-Continued. 
CLASS RATES. 



Distances 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


c 


D 


F 


Per 
1,000 


S 


Per 
1,000 


Per 
Ton 


Per 
Bale 


Min. 




P 





N 


G 






22 
23 
24 
25 

27 
29 


19 
21 
21 
21 

22 
24 


16 
16 
16 
17 
18 
19 


13 
13 
13 
14 
15 
16 


11 
11 
11 
12 
13 
14 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
12 


5 
6 
6 

7 
7 
7 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

11 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


8 


16 
18 
18 
18 
18 
20 


95 
100 
100 
100 
102 
105 


5 
5 
5 
5 
6 
6 


100 
105 
105 
110 
115 
120 


100 4fi 


15 




115 
115 
115 
125 
130 
145 
160 


45 
45 
50 
55 
60 


15 


7 to 9 miles 


20 


9 to 11 miles 


20 


11 to 16 miles 


25 


16 to 20 miles 


25 


25 miles and over 20 




30 miles and over 25 





































































Effective March 1, 1918. 



HINES BROS. LUMBER COMPANY. 
OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President .. - - -. 


Henry C. Riley 


Kinston N C 




W. T. Hines 


Kinston N C 






Kinston, N C 









ROAD OPERATED. 

Extending from Norfolk Southern Railroad one mile south of Caswell, to different points in 
Jones and Lenoir Counties (miles) 

Rates applying, same as Atlantic and North Carolina Division of Norfolk Southern Railroad. 
Effective April 6, 1916. 



24 



LAUREL RIVER LOGGING COMPANY. 

ROAD OPERATED. 



Belva, N. C, to Carmen, N. C. (miles). 



20 



Articles 



Rates 



Brick, per 1,000 

Cord Wood, Acid and Pulp Wood, and Bark (per cord, 128 cubic feet) 

Coal and Coke (per ton 2,000 pounds)... 

Fertilizer (per ton 2,000 pounds) 

Logs and Railroad Ties, per carload, excess in proportion... 

Lumber, carload lots, per 100 pounds 

Feed Supplies and General Merchandise, per hundred pounds, less carload 
Feed Supplies and General Merchandise, per hundred pounds, carload 



.40 
.40 
.30 
.30 
LOO 
.03 
.08 



Effective August 17, 1917. 



LIMITED COMMON CARRIERS 



205 



MONTGOMERY LUMBER COMPANY. 

OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Oflficial Address 




Guy L. Buell 


Spring Hope, N. C. 




G. L. Hume 


Spring Hope, N. C. 






Buffalo, N. Y. 




L. D. Tanner 


Spring Hope, N. C. 


General Counsel . 


F. S. Spruill - . 


Rocky Mount, N. C. 









ROAD OPERATED. 
Spring Hope, N. C, to Bunn. N. C. (miles) 



COMMODITY RATES, 



Articles 



Rate 



Agricultural Implements, K. D., any quantity, per 100 pounds. 

Same, S. U., C. L. 10-ton minimum, per 100 pounds 

Same, L. C. L., per 100 pounds 

Ammunition and Explosives, any quantity, per 100 pounds 

Bagging and Ties, any quantity, per 100 pounds 

Blinds. (See Building Material.) 

Brick, C. L., 10,000 brick minimum, per 1,000 brick 

Same, L. C. L., per 1,000 brick 

Building Material, including Sash, Doors, Blinds, Columns and Trimmings, C. L 

straight or mixed 20,000 pounds minimum, per car 

Same, L. C. L , per 100 pounds 

Bureaus. (See Furniture.) 

Canned Goods, any quantity, per 100 pounds 

Cement, C. L., 20,000 pounds minimum, per 100 pounds 

Same, L. C. L., in sacks or barrels, per ICO pounds 

Chairs. (See Furniture.) 
Columns. (See Building Material.) 
Cord Wood. (See Cord Wood.) 

Cotton, in bales, any quantity, per 100 pounds 

Cotton Seed, C. L., 10 tons minimum, per ton 2,000 pounds 

Same, L. C. L., in bags, per ton, 2,000 pounds 

Cotton-seed Hulls, C. L., 10 tons minimum, per ton 2,000 pounds 

Same, L. C. L., packed, per^ton 2.000 pounds 

Crates, egg. (See Egg Crates.) 

Cross Ties, wood, any quantity, each 

Crockery, any quantity, per 100 pounds.. 

Clothing, L. C. L., per 100 pounds 

Castings, all kinds, any quantity, per 100 pounds.. 

Cheese, per 100 pounds 

Coal, C. L., minimum 30 tons, per ton 2,000 pounds 

Cigars and Cigarettes, per 100 pounds 

Coffee, per 100 pounds , 

Coffins, per 100 pounds 

Doors. (See Building Material.) 

Drain Pipe. (See Pipe and Earthen Drain.) 

Dry Goods, not otherwise listed, per 100 pounds 

Earthen Pipe. (See Pipe and Earthen Drain.) 

Eggs, any quantity, per crate 



.101 

.07i 

.19 

.31§ 

.111 

2.00 
2.25 

12.50 
.19 

.171 
.lOi 
.12 



.25 
1.30 
1.60 
1.00 
1.30 

.10 
.12§ 
.15 
.09 

.m 

.60 
.12i 
.12i 
.19 



.15 

,3H 



206 



]Sr. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



MONTGOMERY LUMBER COMPANY— Continued. 
COMMODITY RATES— Continued. 



Articles 



Egg Crates, any quantity, each 

Fertilizer, C. L., 15 tons minimum, per ton 2,000 pounds.. 

Same, L. C. L., sacked, per ton 

Fish, fresh, any quantity, per 100 pounds 

Fish, salt, in kegs, any quantity, per 100 pounds.. 

Fixtures, store. (See Store Fixtures.) 

Flour. (See Grain and Grain Products.) 

Furniture, new, viz: Beds, Bureaus, Washstands, Hat Racks, Chairs, all kinds, C. L 

10,000 pounds minimum, per car 

Same, L. C. L., per 100 pounds 

Fruit, in cans, boxed. (See Canned Goods.) 

Fruit, green, all kinds, per 100 pounds 

Fencing, wire or iron, C. L., 20,000 pounds minimum, per 100 pounds 

Same, L. C. L., per 100 pounds 

Flues, tobacco, sheet iron, any quantity, per 100 pounds 

Flour, in sacks, per 100 pounds 

Same, in barrels, per barrel 

Grain and Grain Products, C. L., 15,000 pounds minimum, per 100 pounds. 

Grain, all kinds, in bags or barrels, L. C. L., per 100 pounds 

Meal, per 100 pounds 

Grits, per 100 pounds 

Glass, common, crated or boxed, per 100 pounds 

Glassware, common, crated or boxed, per 100 pounds. 

Groceries, Fruit and Crackers, not otherwise specified, per 100 pounds 

Gasoline, C. L., 20,000 pounds minimum, per 100 pounds 

Same, L. C. L., per ICO pounds 

Hat Racks. (See Furniture.) 

Hogsheads, tobacco. (See Tobacco Hogsheads.) 

Household Goods, C. L., per car 20,000 pounds minimum 

Same, L. C. L., per 100 pounds 

Hides, green or dry, per 100 pounds. 

Hulls, cotton-seed. (See Cotton-seed Hulls.) 

Hay, C. L., 15,000 pounds minimum, per 100 pounds 

Same, L. C. L., per 100 pounds 

Hardware, any quantity, per 100 pounds. 

Hats and Caps, any quantity, per 100 pounds 

Ice, C. L., 10 tons minimum, per ton of 2,000 pounds 

Same, L. C. L., but not less than 5 tons, 25% higher 

Same, bagged, less than 5 tons, per 100 pounds 

Ice Cream Freezers, per 100 pounds 

Iron and Steel, flat, including pipe, C. L., 20,000 pounds minimum, per 100 pounds 

Same, L. C. L., per 100 pounds 

Lard, any quantity, per 100 pounds 

Lead, white and red. (See Paint.) 

Lime, C. L., 20,000 pounds minimum, per 100 pounds 

Same, L. C. L., per 100 pounds 

Lumber, dressed, C. L., 10,000 pounds minimum, per car 

Same, rough, C. L., 10,000 pounds minimum, per 1,000 feet 

Machines, sewing, any quantity, each 

Machinery, C. L., 20,000 pounds minimum, per 100 pounds 

Same, L. C. L., per 100 pounds 

Meal. (See Grain and Grain Products.) 

Meats, fresh, per 100 pounds - 

Same, salt, in boxes or bags, per 100 pounds 

Molasses, in barrels, hogsheads or puncheons, any quantity, per 100 pounds.. 

Monuments, Grave Stones, etc., per 100 pounds 

Mattresses, any quantity, per 100 pounds 



LIMITED COMMON CARRIERS 



207 



MONTGOMERY LUMBER COMPANY— Continued. 

COMMODITY RATES— Continued. 



Articles 



Nails, all kinds, L. C. L., per 100 pounds 

Oil, any kind, in barrels, C. L., 20,000 pounds minimum, per 100 pounds 

Same, L. C. L., per 100 pounds 

Pipe, earthen and drain, C. L.. 25,000 pounds minimum, per car 

Same, L. C. L., per 100 pounds - -- 

Poultry, alive, any quantity, per 100 pounds. 

Paints, including red and white lead, L. C. L., per 100 pounds.. 

Paper, roofing and wrapping, any quantity, per 100 pounds , 

Plaster, L. C. L., per 100 pounds. 

Plate Glass, any quantity, per 100 pounds 

Sash. (See Building Material.) 
Seed Cotton. (See Cotton Seed.) 

Seed, except cotton, any quantity, per 100 pounds 

Sewing Machines. (See Machines, sewing.) 

Shingles, wooden, building, C. L., 30,000 pounds minimum, per car. 

Same, L. C. L., per 100 pounds 

Slab Wood. (See Wood, cord.) 

Store Fixtures, all kinds, any quantity, per 100 pounds 

Show Cases, K. D., and crated, per 100 pounds 

Soft Drinks, bottled, in barrels, or crates, non-alcoholic, per 100 pounds 

Return Empties, per 100 pounds 

Salt, C. L., 20,000 pounds minimum, per 100 pounds 

Same, L. C. L., per 100 pounds 

Soda, nitrate. (See Fertilizers.) 

Stoves, Ranges, all kinds, per 100 pounds.. 

Sugar, any quantity, per 100 pounds. 

Shoes and Notions, any quantity, per 100 pounds 

Ties, iron. (See Bagging and Ties). 

Ties, wooderr. (See Cross Ties). 

Tile. (See Pipe and Earthen Drain) 

Tobacco, in hogsheads or tierces. C. L., per 100 pounds 

Same, L. C. L., per 100 pounds 

Same, in crates, any quantity, per 100 pounds 

Tobacco Hogsheads, any quantity, per 100 pounds 

Vehicles, K. D., packed, L. C. L., per 100 pounds 

Same, C. L., 15,000 pounds minimum, per 100 pounds. 

Same, S. U., any quantity, per 100 pounds 

Same, parts of, any quantity, per 100 pounds 

Vegetables, canned. (See Canned Goods). 

Same, green, any quantity, per 100 pounds 

Water, mineral, in glass or stone, any quantity, per 100 pounds 

Wash Stands. (See Furniture). 

Wood, cord or slab, for fuel purposes, C. L., 20,000 pounds minimum, ten miles or over 

per car 

Same, cord or slab, for fuel purposes, C. L., 12 cords minimum, per cord 

Woodenware, any quantity, per 100 pounds . 



Effective August 3, 1918. 



208 



ISr. C. CORPOKATION COMMISSION 



OCONA LUFTY RAILROAD COMPANY. 

OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President 






General Manager 


F. L. Winchester 











ROAD OPERATED. 
Ocona Lufty, N. C, to Smokemont, N. C. (miles) 



10 



CLASS RATES. 



Distances 


1 
2, 


2 
23 


3 
21 


4 
20 


5 
19 


6 


A 


B 

18 


C 


D 


E 

19 


H 

20 


F 


K 

17 


L 
15 


M 



16 


N 
18 




17 


P 




17 


LCL 

18 


CL 

16 


LCL 
17 


CL 

20 


LCL 

22 






1817 


IS 











COMMODITY RATES. 
In Cents Per 100 Pounds, Unless Otherwise Specified. 



Articles 



Bark, C. L., minimum weight 20,000 pounds 

Coal, C. L., minimum weight 40 tons, per ton of 2,000 pounds 

Logs, C. L., minimum weight 36,000 pounds 

Log Loaders, at estimated weight of 10,000 pounds 

Pulp Wood, C. L., minimum weight 45,000 pounds, per cord of 128 cubic feet. 
Acid Wood. (Same as pulp wood). 

Telegraph and Telephone Poles, C. L., minimum weight 36,000 pounds. 

Brick, common, C. L., minimum weight 40,000 pounds 



Rate 



$ 7 

5a 

5 

6th Class. 
1.20 

5 
5 



Effective September 1, 1918. 



JOHN L. ROPER LUMBER COMPANY. 

OFFICERS 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 




C.I. Millard 


Norfolk, Va. 




C. E. Emmert - 


New Bern, N. C. 




W. B. Rodman . --. 


Norfolk, Va. 









ROAD OPERATED. 
Clark Junction, N. C , to Catherine Lake (miles). 



40 



Rates made 150 per cent of standard rates promulgated by Commission and applied to transporta- 
tion lines like Seaboard Air Line Railway. 
Effective March 17, 1917. 



LIMITED COMMON CARRIERS 



209 



ROWLAND LUMBER COMPANY. 

OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President and General Manager 


A. R. TurnbuU 


Norfolk, Va. 


Vice-President 


M. A. TurnbuU . 


Norfolk, Va. 


Secretary 


Wm. J. Jones 


Norfolk, Va. 









ROAD OPERATED. 
Bowdens, N. C, and Warsaw, N. C , toward Newton Grove (miles). 



20 



All commodities, but not including lumber and logs,, will be handled in carload lots, minimum 
ten (10) tons, excess in proportion, from and to Bowdens, N. C, and the following points at rate per 
ton listed: 

Between Bowdens, N. C, and Concord, N. C $ 1.00 

Between Bowdens, N. C, and points beyond Concord, N. C 2.00 

Effective January 11, 1919. 



WACCAMAW LUMBER COMPANY. 

OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President 


F. L. Finkenstaedt . . 


Bolton, N. C. 




Watts S. Humphrey 


Bolton, N. C. 









ROAD OPERATED. 
Bolton, N. C, to Makatoka, N. C. (miles) 



FREIGHT TARIFF. 



Distances 


Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 
100 
Lbs. 


Per 
Ton 


Per Car 
24,000 
Pounds 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


c 


D 


E 


F 


H 


K 


L 


M 


N 





5 miles and under 


16 

22 
25 
28 


13 
16 
19 
21 


11 
14 

17 
19 


, 7 


7 
8 
9 
10 


7 
8 
9 
10 


7 
8 
9 
10 


7 
8 
9 
10 


6 

7 
8 
9 


8 
10 
12 
13 


13 
15 
17 
19 


9 
12 
14 
16 


6 

7 
8 
9 


77 
89 
95 
101 


1C2 
105 
120 
125 


$11.00 
12.00 
13.00 
15.00 


$10.00 


10 miles and over 5. 


12 
14 
16 


10 
12 
13 


11.00 


15 miles and over 10 


12.00 


20 miles and over 15 


12.00 







Distances 


Cotton 

Seed, 

Cotton-seed 

Hulls, C. L., 

Per Ton 


Fertilizer, 

C. L., 10 

Tons Min., 

L. C. L. 20% 

Higher 


Cotton, in 
Bales, Per 
100 Pounds 


Wood, Per 
Cord, 10 

Cords 
Minimum 


Brick, Per 

1,000. C. L. 

10,000 Min., 

L. C. L. 20% 

Higher 


5 miles and under 


$ 0.70 

.80 

.90 

1.00 


$ 0.70 

.90 

1.10 

1.20 


$ 0.11 
.11 
.12 
.14 


$ 0.55 
.60 
.65 
.70 


$ 1.00 


10 miles and over 5 


1 15 


15 miles and over 10 


1 20 


20 miles and over 15 


1.25 







Effective May 15, 1915. 

Part 1—14 



210 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



THE WELDON LUMBER COMPANY. 

OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President and General Manager 


J. L. Shepherd 


Weldon, N. C. 


Secretary and Treasurer 


N. J. Shepherd 


Weldon. N. C. 









ROAD OPERATED. 
Weldon, N. C, to near Ringwood (miles) 



20 



FREIGHT TARIFF. 



Articles 



Rate 



Cotton, per bale 

Cotton Seed, Cotton-seed Meal, Hulls and Fertilizers, C. L., per ton... 

Leaf Tobacco, in baskets, per 100 pounds ._- 

Grain, Hay, Meal, Flour, Bran, Hominy, Grits, and Shipstuff, per 100 pounds... 

Lard, Sugar, Salt Fish, Molasses, Vinegar, and Oil, in barrels or drums 

Salt, C. L., per 100 pounds.. 

Groceries, per 100 pounds 

Boots, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Dry Goods, and Notions, per 100 pounds 

Live Stock, per car. . 

Agricultural Implements and parts thereof: Bar and Band Metal, Nails, Horse and Mule 
Shoes, Machinery, and Fence Wire, C. L., per 100 pounds 

Less than carload 

Furniture, Household Goods, and Woodenware, C. L., per 100 pounds 

Less than carload 

Hardware and Saddlery, per 100 pounds 

Poultry and Eggs, per 100 pounds 

Vehicles, S. U., per 100 pounds 

Vehicles, K. D 

Brick, C. L., per 1,000 

Lime and Cement, C. L., per 100 pounds.. 

Glassware, Crockeryware, and Jugware, per 100 pounds 



0.75 
1.00 
.18 
.10 
.13 
Mi 
.25 
.30 
14.00 

.13 
.15 
.13 
.18 
.25 
.30 
.90 
.25 
1.50 
.08 
.18 



Twenty-five per cent more on freight to Taylor's Siding, and 50% more on freight to the Com- 
missary. (Effective August 10, 1915.) 
Effective September 22, 1911. 



LIMITED COMMON CARRIERS 



211 



WHITEVILLE LUMBER COMPANY. 

OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 




Nathan O'Berry 

Bessie N. Claytor 

C. R. Spivey.... 


Goldsboro, N. C. 




Goldsboro, N. C. 




Whiteville, N. C. 







ROAD OPERATED. 
Whiteville, N. C, to Butler's, N. C. (miles). 



27 



CLASS RATES. 



Distances 



In Cents Per 100 Pounds 



miles and under '25 



2 3 



2119 



4'5i6lABlCD 



14 14 1111111110 



10 miles and over 5. 



33 25 23 18 15 13 13 13 13 11 



15 miles and over 10. ..|36|29:26,20;i8,14 14.14 14 13 

20 miles and over 15 40 3l|29 23 i9|l5 15 islislu 



Per 
Bbl. 



E F 



13 19 14 

15 21 18 



Per 

100 

Pounds 



Per Ton 

2,000 
Pounds 



M 



Per Carload, 
as Per 

Classification, 
Excess in 
Proportion 



N 



1625| 1500 

1750 1625 

1875 1875 

2125 1875 



1125 
1250 
1375 
1750 



COMMODITY RATES, IN CENTS. 



Distances 


Cotton Seed and Cotton-seed 
Hulls, 10 Tons Minimum C.L., 
Per Ton 


Fertilizer, C. L. Minimum 10 
Tons, Maximum 20 Tons, Per 
Ton 2,000 Pounds; L. C. L. 30 
Per Cent Higher 


Cotton, in Bales, Per 100 Lbs. 


■H 

6 

o 


jO 

§11 

u u <a 


1^ 

} 

■II 


i 

s 
1 

"a 
a. 


o o 
H o 


Hewn Timber from Dead Trees 
Only, Per Car 34,000 Pounds, 
■ Excess in Proportion, Maxi- 
mum 40,000 Pounds, Excess 
Double Rate 
Shingles, C. L. Minimum 
34,000 Pounds, Per 100 Pounds, 
Maximum 40,000 Pounds, 
Excess Double Rate 


5 miles and under 


106 
119 
144 


119 16 
144 16 
169 1Q 


113 
119 
125 


156 
169 
181 


10 1 11 


14 
15 
16 
21 


2188 ' 10 




10 

11 

13 


11 
14 
15 


2250 I 10 
2312 i 11 
2375 ' 11 




20 miles and over 15 


156 


181 


21 

1 


135 


194 



Effective July 27, 1918. 



212 



N. C. COKPORATION COMMISSION 



WHITEVILLE LUMBER COMPANY— Continued. 

RATES ON VEGETABLES FROM WHITEVILLE LUMBER COMPANY RAILROAD STATIONS 

TO WHITEVILLE, N. C. 



[n Cents. 





Cabbage, 
Per Bar- 
rel or 
Barrel 
Crate 


Potatoes, 

Per 

Barrel 


Vegetables, N. 0. S. 


Whiteville Lumber Company 
Railroad Stations 


Per Barrel or 
Barrel Crate, 
Carload Mini- 
mum 200 
Packages 


Per IJ^-Bushel 
Package, Car- 
load Minimum 
325 Packages 


Per Bushel 
Package, Car- 
load Minimum 
400 Packages 




CL 


LCL 


CL 


LCL 


CL 


LCL 


Harrelsonville N. C. 

Nakina N. C. 

BugHilL.. ....N. C. 


13 
16 
18 


19 
23 
26 


15 
19 
21 


23 
34 
38 


9 
11 
11 


13 

18 
20 


7 
8 
9 


9 
13 
14 



RATES ON STRAWBERRIES FROM WHITEVILLE LUMBER COMPANY RAILROAD 
STATIONS TO WHITEVILLE, N. C. 



Whiteville Lumber Company Railroad Stations 


Per Crate, 
Carload 
Minimum 
250 Crates, 
Excess in 
Proportion 


Harrelsonville, N. C 


9 


Nakina, N. C 


9 


Bug Hill. N. C 


13 







Effective .July 27, 1918. 



STEAMBOAT COMPANIES 



ALBEMARLE STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. 

CLASS RATES BETWEEN ALL LANDINGS. 

























Applicable Intrastate Only 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
100 
Lbs. 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 

100 

Pounds 


Per 

2,000 

Pounds 


Per Car 
20,000 
Pounds 


1 


2 

37 


3 
31 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


H 


F 


J 


K 


L 


M 


N 





P 


44 


26 


22 


17 


17 


17 


17 


14 


22 


26 


31 


16 


13 


200 


230 


2800 


2400 


2000 



COMMODITY RATES. 
In Cents Per 100 Pounds, Unless Otherwise Shown. 



Commodities 



Rate 



Automobiles: 
Between Franklin, Va.,andBlackwater River landings, Riddicksville, and Macks, N. C 

each - 

Between Franklin, Va.. and Chowan River Landings (except Riddicksville and Macks 

N. C), and Meherrin River Landings, each 

Between Tunis, N. C, and Meherrin River Landings, each 

Between Edenton, N. C, and Chowan River Landings, each 

Between Chowan River Landings (except Tunis, N. C), and Meherrin River Land- 
ings, each 

Barrels, empty, flour and sugar, each 

Barrels, Kegs, Pails, Tubs, and Firkins for fish, each 

Baskets and Crates, truck, L. C. L., each 

Same, C. L.. 15,000 pounds, each 

Beef, in barrels, per barrel 

Boxes for truck and fish, each 

Brick, packed, per 1,000 brick 

Brick, loose, per 1,000 brick 

*Buggie£, new, S. U.: 

Between Franklin, Va., (southbound only), and^ 

Blackwater River— all landings, each 

Chowan River landings, viz. : 

Riddicksville, N. C, each 

Macks, N. C, each 

Winton, N. C, each 

Tunis, N. C, each ^ 

Meherrin River: 

Mapleton, N. C, each 

Como, N. C, each 

Murfreesboro, N. C, each 

Chowan River landings, viz.: 

Mount Pleasant, N. C, each 

Woodleys Wharf, N. C, each 

Holleys Wharf , N. C, each 

Colerain, N. C, each 

Perrys Wharf, N. C, each 



5.00 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 

7.50 
.06 
.13 
.25 
.12 
.35 
.12 
3.20 
4.30 



1.20 

2.50 
3.00 
3.25 
3.25 



214 



N. C. COKPOKATION COMMISSION 



ALBEMARLE STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY— Continued. 

COMMODITY RATES— Continued. 



Commodities 



Buggies, new, S. U. — Continued. 

Mount Gould, N. C, each 

Willow Branch, N. C, each 

Edenton, N. C, each 

Wicacon Creek — all landings, each 

Bennetts Creek— all landings, each 

Buggies, top or open (see rates on page 217) 

Cement, in barrels, per barrel 

Cider, in barrels, per barrel 

Cider, in half-barrels, per half-barrel _ 

Coal, in bags, per ton 2,000 pounds 

Coal, in bags, L. C. L., per ton 2,000 pounds 

Coops and Crates, each 

Cotton, in bales, per bale 

Cotton Seed, in bags, per bag 

Crates, returned empty bottle (southbound only and Edenton, N. C), per crate 

Crates, egg, empty, per crate 

Eggs, in crates, per crate 

Fertilizer, in bags, C. L., per ton 2,000 pounds 

Fertilizer, in bags, L. C. L., per ton 2,000 pounds 

Fish: 

Dry, salted, standard package, per barrel 

Dry, salted, standard package, per half-barrel 

Dry, salted, standard package, per quarter-barrel 

Fresh, in sugar barrels, per barrel 

Fresh, in flour barrels, per barrel 

Fresh, in boxes, per box 

Fresh, in half-boxes, per half-box 

Fresh, in quarter-boxes, per quarter-box . 

Herrings, loose, in bags, boxes, or barrels, per 1,000 

Flour, in barrels, per barrel 

Fodder, packed - . 

Grain , in sacks 

Hay, in bales, C. L 

Hay, in bales, L. C. L 

Hogs, dressed 

Household Goods, agreed to be of value to not exceed $10. 00 per 100 pounds, and so stated 

by shipper in writing in shipping order and bill of lading.. _. 

Ice, in sacks 

Ice Cream, in iced refrigerator carriers or packed with ice in open top tubs. Prepaid 

Ice Cream Refrigerator Carriers or Tubs, empty, returned; received by freight, emptied 

of their contents and shipped back by the original consignee to the shipper. 

Laths, in bundles, per 1,000 laths 

Lime, agricultural, in bags, C. L., per ton 2,000 pounds .■... 

Lime, agricultural, in bags, L. C. L., per ton 2,000 pounds 

Lime, in barrels, N. O. S., per barrel... 

Limestone, ground, in strong bags, C. L., minimum weight 20,000 pounds, per ton 2,000 

pounds - 

Same, L. C. L, per ton 2,000 pounds 

Live Stock, viz: 

C al ves , percalf 

Cattle (see page 217) 

Horses (see page 217) 

Hogs, act ual weight 

Mules (see page 217). 

Sheep. 

Lumber, per 1,000 feet... 



Rate 



STEAMBOAT COMPANIES 



215 



ALBEMARLE STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY— Continued. 
COMMODITY RATES— Continued. 



Commodities 



Machinery, saw-mill 

Marl, ground, in strong bags, C.L. minimum weight 20,000 pounds, perton2,000 pounds 

Same, L. C. L., per ton 2,000 pounds 

Meal (except cotton-seed meal), in barrels, per barrel 

Meal (except cotton-seed meal), in sacks, per sack 

Molasses, in barrels, per barrel 

Motorcycles: 

Between Chowan River Landings and Meherrin River Landings, each 

Between Blackwater River Landings and Chowan River, Meherrin River, Wicacon 

Creek, and Bennett's Creek Landings, each. 

Between Chowan River and Meherrin River Landings and Wicacon Creek, and Bennett's 

Creek Landings, each 

Oil, coal, in barrels, per barrel.- 

Oysters, in barrels, per barrel -..- 

Peanuts, raw, in the shell, in bags: 

Between South Quay and Old South Quay, Va., and Franklin, Va., C. L., per bag 

Same, L. C. L., per bag 

Between Milk Landing, Cherry Grove, and Cobb's Wharf, Va., and Franklin, Va., C. L., 

per bag - 

Same, L. C. L., per bag 

Between Chowan River Landings (Riddicksville, Macks, Winton, and Tunis), and 

Franklin, Va., C. L., per bag 

Same, L. C. L., per bag 

Between Meherrin River Landings (Mapleton, Como and Murfreesboro), and Franklin, 

Va., C. L.: per bag 

Same, L. C. L., per bag 

Between Wicacon Creek Landings (Harrellsville, N. C), and Franklin, Va., C. L.. per 



Rate 



bag. 



Same, L. C. L., per bag 

Between Bennetts Creek Landings (Roberts Wharf and Gatesville), and Franklin, Va. 

C. L., per bag 

Same, L. C. L., per bag 

Between all landings, except as otherwise provided for, and all landings, except as other- 
wise provided for, C. L., per bag.- 

Same, L. C. L.. per bag 

*Peanuts, raw, shelled, in bags, C. L., per bag 

Same, L. C. L., per bag ^ ..J 

*Peanuts, roasted, in bags, C. L., per bag 

Same, L. C. L., per bag 

Peas, cow and field, in bags, C. L., per bag . 

Same, L. C. L., per bag 

Plaster, land, in bags, C. L., per ton 2,000 pounds. 

Same, L. C L., per ton 2,000 pounds 

Pork , in barrels, perbarrel 

Potatoes, in barrels, per barrel 

Poultry, dressed, packed . 

Poultry, live, in coops 

Rice, rough, in sacks 

Rosin, in barrels, per barrel.. 

Salt, in barrels or sacks 

Shingles, in bundles: 

3x20 inches, per 1,000 shingles 

4x20 inches, per 1,000 shingles. . 

5x20 inches, per 1,000 shingles 

6x20 inches, per 1,000 shingles 

Staves and Last Blocks, per 1,000 pieces 



0.25 

1.00 

1.20 

.25 

.18 

.50 

.65 

1.00 

1.00 
.38 
.44 



.11 
.13 

.12 
.14 

.12 
.14 

.12 
.14 

.12 
.14 

.13 
.15 
.20 
.26 
.22 
.31 
.15 
.17 
1.20 
1.40 
.43 
.25 
.43 
.60 
.12 
.31 
.15 

.40 
.45 
.55 
.65 
4.20 



216 



JSr. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



ALBEMARLE STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY— Continued. 
COMMODITY RATES— Continued. 



Commodities 



Rate 



Straw, in bales 

Sugar, in barrels, per barrel 

Surreys, S. U.: 
Between Franklin, Va., (southbound only), and Blackwater River Landings, Chowan 
River Landings (Riddicksville, Macks, Winton, and Tunis), and Meherrin River 

Landings, each 

Between Franklin, Va. (southbound only), and Chowan River Landings (Mount Pleas- 
ant. Woodley's Wharf, Holley's Wharf, Colerain, Perry's Wharf, Mount Gould, Wil- 
low Branch, andEdenton), Wicacon Creek Landings, and Bennett's Creek Landings, 

each 

Tar, N. O. S., in barrels, per barrel 

Tar, coal, in barrels, per barrel 

Vegetables, N. O. S., in barrels, per barrel 

Vegetables, N. O. S., in half-barrels, per half-barrel 

Vegetables, N. O. S., in boxes, per bushel box 

Vinegar, in barrels, per barrel. .- _., 



0.15 



3.00 



3.50 
.25 
.43 
.25 
.18 
.12 
.43 



Effective, October 30. 1918. 



♦Effective, September 25, 1919. 



STEAMBOAT COMPANIES 



217 



ALBEMARLE STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY-Continued. 

BUGGIES, TOP OR OPEN. 
Rates in Cents Per Buggy. 

CATTLE, COLTS, HORSES AND MULES. 
Rates in Cents Per Head. 



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12; 

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TO AND FROM 


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> 

A 


> 
>> 

03 



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03 
> 

1 

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> 
bO 

a 

3 


> 

i 

o 


03 
> 

1 


d 
i 

o 


d 

1 


d 

i 
i 

a 
o 


d 
.J 

a 
H 


d 

CI 

o 


d 

03 

1 


d 

i 

M 


d 

•s 
o 


d 

1 
JO 


d 

o 

o 

1=1 
o 


d 

1 


d 

o 


d 

i 
1 


d 

o 

s 

o 
O 


d 
;^ 

d 
o 


d 

1 


d 

02 


d 
12; 

A 

1 


Franklin Va. 

South Quay Va. 

Old South Quay.Va. 
Milk Landing Va. 





150 



150 

150 




200 

150 

150 




200 
150 
150 
150 



200 
1.50 
150 
150 
150 



250 
200 
200 
150 
150 
150 



300 
200 
200 
200 
200 
200 
150 



325 
325 
325 
250 
250 
250 
200 
200 



325 
.325 
325 
300 
300 
300 
250 
250 
150 



375 
350 
350 
325 
325 
325 
325 
325 
250 
250 



375 
350 
350 
350 
350 
350 
350 
350 
300 
300 
200 



375 
375 
375 
350 
350 
350 
350 
350 
300 
300 
200 
150 



425 
375 
375 
375 
375 
375 
375 
375 
300 
300 
250 
200 
150 



450 
400 
400 
400 
400 
400 
400 
400 
.325 
325 
325 
300 
200 
200 



450 
400 
400 
400 
400 
400 
400 
400 
325 
325 
325 
300 
200 
200 
150 



450 
400 
400 
400 
400 
400 
400 
400 
325 
325 
325 
300 
200 
200 
150 
150 



500 
450 
450 
450 
450 
450 
425 
425 
350 
350 
325 
300 
300 
250 
250 
250 
250 



350 
325 
325 
325 
325 
325 
325 
300 
200 
250 
325 
325 
350 
350 
375 
375 
375 
425 



350 
325 
325 
325 
325 
325 
325 
300 
200 
250 
325 
325 
350 
350 
375 
375 
375 
425 
150 



375 
375 
375 
350 
350 
350 
350 
325 
250 
300 
325 
350 
375 
375 
425 
425 
425 
450 
150 
150 



425 
375 
375 
375 
375 
375 
350 
350 
300 
250 
150 
200 
250 
300 
325 
325 
325 
375 
325 
325 
325 



450 
425 
425 
400 
400 
400 
375 
375 
325 
325 
300 
300 
325 
325 
350 
350 
350 
400 
350 
350 
375 
300 



450 
425 
425 
400 


Cherry Grove Va. 

Cobb's Wharf-...Va. 

Riddicksville..-N.C. 


- 


... 


... 


400 
400 

375 


Macks N.C. 

Winton N.C. 

Tunis N.C. 


- 


... 


... 


... 






375 

325 
3'?5 


Mt. Pleasant N.C. 




















300 


Woodley's Whf.N.C. 
Holley'sWharf.N.C. 
Colerain N.C. 






















300 




-- 




... 


... 






... 




... 


-- 


325 

3^5 


Perry's Wharf. N.C. 
Mount Gould. .N.C. 
Willow Blanch N.C. 




--- 


_ 


... 


... 




--- 


--- 


... 


--- 




"-' 


... 


350 
350 
350 


Edenton N.C. 


































400 


Mapleton N.C. 

Como N.C. 




-- 


... 




... 




... 




... 












... 






350 
3'i0 


Murfreesboro N.C. 








































375 


Harrellsville N.C. 












































300 


Robert's Wharf, N.C. 












































150 


Gates ville N.C. 














































n 





















































Effective September 25, 1919. 



218 



JS". C. COKPORATION COMMISSION 



ALBEMARLE STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY— Continued. 

WHARFAGE AND STORAGE. 

(At Como, Gatesville, Mapleton, Murfreesboro, Willow Branch, and Winton, N. C., wharfage 
charges should be assessed on interstate business only. No charges for wharfage is to be assessed at 
these points on business originating at and destined to points in North Carolina the transportation 
of which is wholly intrastate.) 

In Cents Per 100 Pounds, Except Where Otherwise Shown, 



Commodities 



Wharfage 



Articles not otherwise provided for 

Bacon 

Bagging 

Barrels, empty, each 

Brick, loose, per 1,000 brick 

Brick, packed, per 1,000 brick 

Castings 

Cattle, each 

Coal, per ton 2,000 pounds 

Coffee, per sack 

Corn, per bag 

Cotton, per bale 

Cotton Seed, per bag 

Crates, empty, each 

Dry Goods 

Fertilizer, per bag 

Guano, per bag 

Hay, per bale 

Horses, each 

Lime, per bag 

Limestone, ground 

Lumber, per 1,000 feet 

Laths, per 1,000.. 

Marl , ground 

Meal, except cotton-seed meal, per sack 

Meal , cotton-seed 

Oats, per sack 

Oil, per barrel 

Peas, per sack 

Peanuts, per bag. 

Plaster ,land.. 

Salt, per sack 

Small packages, each 

Shingles, per 1,000 

Sugar, per barrel 

Trunks, except new, empty, each 

Vehicles 












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Storage (All Landings) 



2 
2 
2 

30 

20 

2 

10 
20 

2 

2 

5 

2 

1 

2 ■ 

2 
Same 

2 

10 

Same 

Same 

20 

10 

Same 

2 
Same 

2 

5 

2 

2 
Same 

2 

2 
10 

5 

3 
10 



2 
2 

2 

1 

30 

20 

2 

10 
20 
2 
2 
5 
2 
1 
2 
2 
Fertilizer. 
2 

10 
Fertilizer. 
Fertilizer. 
20 
10 
Fertilizer 
2 
Fertilizer. 
2 
5 
2 
2 
Fertilizer. 
2 
2 
10 
5 
3 
10 



o CU.S 






WSJ 



U (O ID 

P o.t 



2 

5 

2 

1 
20 
10 

1 

Not permitted 

10 

5 

2 

5 

2 

1 

5 

1 

2 
Not permitted 



Effective October 30, 1918. 



STEAMBOAT COMPANIES 



219 



BENNETT'S NORTH CAROLINA LINE. 

Freight Tariff Between Currituck Sound Landings, *tCuRRiTUCK Courthouse Landing, 

N. C., *Knotts Island, N. C, *Church Island, N. C, Poplar Branch, 

N. C, Narrow Shore Pier and Munden Point, Va. 













CLASS RATES. 




















In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


In Cents— 




Per 
Bbl. 


Per 
100 
Lbs. 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B C 


D 


E 


H 


F 


K 


Munden Point.— 


....Va. 


30 


25 


20 


15 


12 10 


10 


10 


8 


8 


12 


12 


16 


8 


Elizabeth City.. 


..N. C. 


45 


40 


35 


30 


25 20 


20 


20 


15 


15 


25 


15 


25 


71 



COMMODITY RATES. 



Munden 
Point, Va. 




Elizabeth 
City, N. C. 



Fertilizer, carload, per ton 2,000 pounds 

Molasses, per barrel.^ -._ 

Oil, coal, and its products, per barrel 

Pork, salted, per barrel 

Salt, per ton 2,0C0 pounds, carload minimum 20.000 pounds. 

Sugar, per barrel 

Vinegar, per barrel 



1.50 
.60 
.50 
.40 

1.50 
.40 
.50 



*No agent. Freight must be prepaid. 

tRates do not apply between Currituck Courthouse, N. C, and Munden Point, Va. 
Minimum charge, 25 cents. 

The above rates will apply between intermediate landings on Currituck Sound as follows: Church 
Island, Currituck Courthouse, Knott's Island, Coinjock, and Poplar Branch, N. C. 



CAROLINA TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. 

FREIGHT TARIFF. 
Between Wilmington and Long View, Long Creek, and Town Creek. 



Articles 



Cotton, per bale 

Fertilizer, per ton 

Merchandise, per package, according to size 

Turpentine and Rosin, per barrel 

Turpentine, spirits, per barrel 



Rate 



$ 0.50 

1.00 

.05 and. 10 
.10 
.15 



220 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



DANIELS ROANOKE RIVER LINE. 

Rates of Freight between Edenton, N. C, and Daniels' Roanoke River Landings (except Plymouth, 
N. C), also locally between all Daniels' Roanoke River Landings (except Plymouth, N. C.) 









CLASS RATES, ] 


[N CENTS PER 100 POUNDS. 








1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E • 


H 


F 


K 


50 


44 


38 


32 


25 


19 


19 


19 


15 


15 


19 


19 


32* 


13 


COMMODITIES. 



Articles 



Brick, loose, per 1,000 _ 

Brick, packed in boxes or barrels, per 1,000 

Buggies, with tops, each 

Buggies, without tops, each. 

Canoes ,each ' 

Cotton, per bale 

fCotton Seed, Cotton-seed Meal, and Cotton-seed Hulls, C. L., minimum 20,000 pounds 

per 2,000 pounds 

fFertilizer, C. L., minimum 20,000 pounds, per 2,000 pounds 

Fish, fresh, per box 

Fish, fresh, per half-box 

Herrings, North Carolina, per barrel 

Herrings, North Carolina, per half-barrel ' 

Herrings, North Carolina, per quarter-barrel 

Horses , released , each 

Ice, per 2,000 pounds 

Laths, per 1,000 

Lumber, per 1,000 feet 

Melons , each 

Molasses, owner's risk, per barrel.. . 

Oil, coal, and its products, owner's risk, per barrel 

Salt, C. L., per 2,000 pounds 

Shingles, per 1,000 

Vegetables, and Fruits, N. O. S., per barrel 

Vegetables , per half-barrel 

Vegetables, per bushel box 

Wagons, one-horse, each 

Wa gon s , two-h orse , each 



Rate 



4.50 
3.50 
1.90 
1.30 
1.30 
1.75 

2.00 
2.00 



.30 

.20 

.20 

5.00 

2.00 

1.00 

3.10 

.2k 

.75 

.50 

1.90 

1.00 

.25 

.20 

.15 

1.90 

2.50 



Effective January 5, 1919. 



"In cents per barrel. fEffective April 21, 1919. 



STEAMBOAT COMPANIES 



221 



FAIRFIELD AND ELIZABETH CITY TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. 

Local Rates Between Elizabeth City, N. C, and *Fairfield, Kilkenny, Gum Neck, and East Lake, N. C. 

CLASS RATES. 



In Cents Per Hundred Pounds 


In Cents 
Per Barrel 


In Cents 
Per 100 Lbs. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 6 


A 


B 1 C 


D 


E 


H 


F 


K 


50 


40 


35 


30 


25 


20 


20 20 


15 


12 


15 


25 


30 


10 



COMMODITY RATES. 



Articles 


Rate 


Barrels, empty, truck or fish. . 


% 0.06 


Boxes, fish, K. D., each. 


.05 


Barrels, oil, empty, each 


.25 


Brick, per 1,000 . . 


4.00 


Buggies, open, S. U., each 


2.50 


Buggies, top, S. U., each 


3.00 


Buggies, K. D., each 


2.00 


Cabbage, per barrel . 


.25 


Canned goods, per case 


.20 


Carts, farm, each . 


2.00 


Coal, per ton . .. 


2.50 


Disc cultivators, each 


2.50 


Eggs, per crate. 


.25 


Fertilizers, C. L., or less, packed 


t2.00 


Fish, per Yi box. 


.50 


Fish, per flour barrel 


.75 


Fish, per sugar barrel 


1.00 


Furniture, old and new per 100 pounds 


.45 


Grain, peas and beans, per bushel. ___ 


.06 


Hay, per ton . 


3.00 


Ice, per bag.. 


.40 


Live stock, viz.: 
Cattle, grown, each 


M 

3.00 


Calves, each. 


1.25 


Hogs, per 100 pounds 


.50 


Horses, each.. . 


4.50 


Sheep, each 


.75 


Yearlings, each.. . 


2.00 


Lumber, per 1,000 feet, Yi inch and over 

Under 3^2 inch 


4.00 
2.50 


Molasses, per barrel 


1.00 


Oil, per barrel-. .. 


.65 


Pork, per barrel. .. 


.65 


Potatoes, per barrel.. 


.25 


Soap, per box 


.20 


Soda, per crate.. .. 


.30 


Shingles, per 1,000 


.75 


Sugar, per barrel. .. . 


.65 


Soda crates, empty, returned, each. . 


.20 


Wagons, farm, each.. . 


4.00 


Washing powders, per case 


.25 







*Canal Tolls in Addition. 

tRates named herein on fertilizers, will also apply on agricultural lime, land plaster, groung lime- 
stone and marl, packed. Carloads or less than carloads. 
Effective April 20, 1919. 



222 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION- 



HARPER'S STEAMBOAT LINE. 

Between Wilmington and Southport. 



Articles 


Rate 


Brick, per 1,000 . . 


$ 2 50 


Cement, per barrel 


30 


Dry Goods, Shoes, and Notions, per 100 pounds . . 


.20 


Fish, fresh, per 100 pounds . . . . 


.20 


Fish, salt, per 100 pounds .. 


.15 


Glass and Crockery ware, per 100 pounds . 


.25 


Groceries, Hay, and Grain, per 100 pounds .... ... 


.10 


Household Goods, crated, per 100 pounds . . . 


.20 


Laths, per 1,000... 


.50 


Lime, per barrel . . 


.20 


Lumber, per 1,000 feet 


2.00 


Meats, fresh, per 100 pounds 


.20 


Money, $100.00 and under 


.25 


Shingles, per 1,000 . . 


.75 


No package under 


.10 







MERCHANTS AND FARMERS STEAMBOAT COMPANY. 

Freight Rates from Wharf, Wilmington and Fayetteville, to Cape Fear River Landings. 



Articles 



Apples, per barrel 

Axes, per box 

Bacon, sacked, per 100 pounds 
Bacon, boxed, per 100 pounds. 

Bedsteads 

Bedsprin gs 

Beans, per bag 

Bureaus, without glass 

Bureaus, with glass 

Brick, per 1,000 

Buggies, open 

Buggies, top 

Butter, per tub 

Butter, per tub, small . 

Candy, per pail 

Candy, per box 

Candy, per barrel 

Canned Goods, per case 

Cakes, per box 

Cattle, 700 pounds and over... 

Cattle, 500 pounds or less 

Cheese, per box 

Chickens, small, per head 

Chickens, grown, per head 

Cotton-seed Meal, per ton 

Cotton-seed Meal, per sack 

Coffee, per sack 

Corn, per sack, 2 bushels 

Corn, per sack 2^ bushels 

Cocoanuts, per sack 

Chairs, each 



Rate 



0.35 

.15 

.20 

.15 

.40 

.30 

.25 

.50 

.75 

2.50 

1.25 

1.50 

.25 

.15 

.20 

.15 

.40 

.12 

.15 

1.50 

1.00 

.15 

.OH 

.02 

1.65 

.10 

.25 

.10 

.12 

.25 

.05 



STEAMBOAT COMPANIES 



223 



MERCHANTS AND FARMERS STEAMBOAT COMPANY— Continued. 



Articles 


Rate 


Chairs rocking each - ._ . 


$.10 to .15 


Cotton Seed per ton 


1.65 


Cotton, per bale 


.75 


Cotton Ties per bundle 


.05 


Dry Goods boxed, per 100 pounds - - _. _ -. _ __ 


.50 


Doors, each 


.10 


Doors, glass each . _ _ . 


.25 




.25 


Drugs per box over 100 pounds per 100 pounds 


.25 




.25 


Eggs loose in box, per dozen 


.01 


Fish per barrel 


.15 




.20 


Flour, per barrel, in sacks burlaped 


.20 


Flour, per barrel in sacks 


.25 




1.65 




.05 




.15 


Guano Distributors 


.15 


Hardware, in boxes, per 100 pounds 


.20 




.15 


Hats, in boxes per 100 pounds 


.70 


Hay, per bale, 100 pounds 


.10 


Hay, per ton .. .. . ... .. 


1.65 


Harrows. . _ ... . . . 


.25 


Horses, per head 


2.50 


Hoes, Rakes, etc., per dozen _ .. .. . . 


.25 


Hoop Iron, per bundle... ... 


.10 


Horse Collars, per bundle ... .. .. . . ... .. ..- . 


.15 




.10 


Lime, per barrel -. .. . __--. .. .. 


.20 


Lumber, per 1,000 feet 


2.50 


Loaded Shells, per box.. . . .. .._ .__ .. 


.25 


Lemons, per box . . .. . . 


.15 


Meal, per sack ... . _. .. . _ ... 


.10 


Molasses, pre barrel . ... _. . .._ .. 


.75 


Mattresses, each . .. ... ... ... . 


.25 


Matting, per roll _ .. . .. ... . . 


.25 


M. T. Spirits, casks 


.10 


M. T. Tar, casks 


.10 


M. T. Pine Tar, barrels 


.07 


Mules, per head ... ... . . ... ._ 


2.50 


Nails, per keg _ . . ... . 


.10 


Notions, in boxes, per 100 pounds 


.70 


Nuts, per box 


.15 


Nuts, per sack 


.25 


Oats, per sack 


.15 


Oil, per barrel. 


.60 


Plows, each 


.10 


Pork Hogs, each. 


.15 


Pork, per barrel.. 


.40 


Pumps, complete, pipe and point 


.25 


Potatoes, per sack .. 


.10 


Peas, per sack.. ... 


.10 


Paint, cans 


.10 


Paint, kegs .. 


.15 


Paper Bags, per bundle... . . .. 


.10 


Rosin, per barrel 


.20 



224 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



MERCHANTS AND FARMERS STEAMBOAT COMPANY— Continued. 



Articles 



Rate 



Rosin, large barrel 

Rice, per sack 

Rope, per coil 

Soda, per keg. 

Soda, per box 

Salt, per bag, 100 pounds 

Salt, per ton 

Salt, per 200-pound sack 

Sewing Machines, each 

Sheep, per head 

Spirits Turpentine, per cask 

Smoking Tobacco, per package 

Snuff, half gross boxes, crated 

Snuflf, single box 

Stoves, cooking 

Stoves, heating. 

Sugar, in barrels, per barrel 

Sugar, in sacks 

Shingles, delivered to boat guards: 

5 in., per 1,000 

4 in., per 1,000 

6 in., per 1,000 

Sash, large, per 100 pounds 

Sash, small, per package j 

Tar, in casks 

Tar, in pine barrels 

Tobacco, in boxes, per box 

Tobacco, in caddies, per caddy 

Tobacco, in caddies, crated, per caddy 

Turkeys, per head, 

Turpentine, crude, per barrel 

Tombstones, small 

Tombstones, large, per 100 pounds 

Turnips, per bag 

Vinegar, per barrel 

Vinegar, per half-barrel 

Wheat Bran, per sack 

Wire, barbed, per bundle 

Wire, fence, per roll 

Wagons, one-horse, knocked down 

Wagons, two-horse, knocked down 



0.25 
.15 
.10 
.15 
.10 
.10 

1.85 
.20 
.50 
.20 
.50 
.10 
.05 
.10 
.50 
.25 
.40 
.15 

62| 
.50 
.75 
.35 
.25 
.35 
.20 
.10 
.10 
.05 
.05 
.20 
.50 
.50 
.15 
.40 
.25 
.10 
.15 
.15 
1.25 
1.50 



Sugar, from Wilmington to Fayetteville, in barrels, per 100 pounds, 10 cents. 
Sugar, from Wilmington to Fayetteville, in sacks, per 100 pounds, 10 cents. 
Molasses, from Wilmington to Fayetteville, per barrel, 60 cents. 
No package or box less than 5 cents. Minimum charge on any shipment, 15 cents 
Effective January 1, 1910. 



STEAMBOAT COMPANIES 



225 



NEW HOLLAND BOAT LINE. 

Local Rates Between Belhaven, N. C, and New Holland (Hyde County), N. C. 
CLASS RATES. 



In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


In Cents 
Per Barrel 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C D 


E 


H 


F 


40 


30 


25 


20 


15 


10 


10 


10 


10 


10 


12 


20 


20 



COMMODITY RATES. 
In Cents Per 100 Pounds, Unless Otherwise Specified. 



Articles 



Beef, fresh, per 100 pounds 

Brick, per 1,000 

Buggies, open, S. U., each 

Buggies, top, S. U., each 

Buggies, K. D., each 

Cabbage, per barrel 

Canned Goods, per case 

Carts, farm, each 

Eggs, per crate 

Grain per bushel 

Groceries, per barrel (northbound) 

Guano, C. L., per ton 

Guano, L. C. L. per ton 

Hay, per ton 

Hides, dry, per 100 pounds 

Hides, green, per 100 pounds 

Live Stock, viz: 

Cattle, per 100 pounds 

Calves, each 

Goats, each 

Hogs, per 100 pounds 

Horses, each. 

Sheep, each 

Yearlings, each... 

Lumber, per 1,000 feet 

Meal and Hominy, per bag 

Pork, fresh, per 100 pounds 

Potatoes, per barrel., 

Poultry, live, per 100 pounds 

Soap, per box 

Soja Beans and Peas, per bushel.. 
Washing Powders, per case 



Rate 



.40 

2.50 

2.00 

2.50 

1.50 

.20 

.15 

1.25 

.20 

.04 

.45 

1.25 

1.50 

2.50 

.35 

.20 

.35 
.80 
.35 
.35 
3.00 
.35 
1.25 
2.00 
.10 
.40 
.20 
.50 
.15 
.04 
.20 



Note. — Canal tolls are in addition to rates shown. 
Effective June 15, 1916. 



Part 1—15 



226 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



NEW HOLLAND BOAT LINE, INC.— Continued. 

RATES OF TOLLS ON COMMODITIES (NAMED HEREIN) 

When Transported Through the Outfall Canal of the Mattamuskeet Drainage District, Hyde County, 
N. C. (Applicable on traffic from and to New Holland (Hyde County) N. C.) 

Rates in Cents Per 100 Pounds, Unless Otherwise Specified. 

(Reductions). 



A 

Agricultural Implements, N. O. S $ .20 

Alcohol, per barrel .20 

Ale, per barrel .20 

Ale, per crate .05 

Alum, per barrel-. - .20 

Anvils .04 

Apples, per barrel .10 

Articles, N. O. S .33 

Axes -. .16 

Axles, iron. 06 

B 

Bacon 10 

Bags .20 

Beans, per bushel .01| 

Baking Powders, per box ,05 

Baking Powders .16 

Bananas, per crate ,10 

Bath Tubs, each 20 

Baskets. .20 

Beef, per barrel .20 

Beef , fresh ,10 

Beer, per barrel 20 

Beer, perorate .05 

Beeswax .20 

Bellows each .20 

Bells, metal 10 

Belting .16 

Berries, per barrel .20 

Bicycles, each 20 

Bitters, per case .10 

Blacking, per case .02 

Blankets. 12 

Blinds, per pair .10 

Bluing, per box :. .02 

Boilers (bath or stove), each .02 

Boilers, engine 06 

Bookcases, each ,40 

Boots and Shoes .20 

Brackets, telephone .20 

Brand 04 

Brandy, per barrel .20 

Bread, per crate .05 

Brick, per 1,000 brick .40 

Brooms, per dozen .10 

Buckets, wood, per dozen .10 

Buckets, iron, per dozen .10 

Buckwheat, per barrel .12 

Buckwheat .06 

Butter 30 

Buggies, each 50 



C 

Cabbage, per barrel $ .06 

Calves, each 25 

Candy 30 

Candles, per box ,05 

Canned Fruit, per case... ,05 

Canned Meats, per case ,05 

Cans, empty 10 

Caps and Hats 25 

Carpeting, per roll 20 

Carriages, each... 1.00 

Cartridges, per case 10 

Carts, each 25 

Castings-. 10 

Cattle, each 50 

Cement, per barrel 10 

Chairs, per set of six ,15 

Chaiis, rocking, each ,03 

Cheese, each.. ,10 

Cider, per barrel ,20 

Cigars .60 

Clocks 20 

Clothes Pins, per box .05 

Coal, per ton 2,000 pounds .40 

Cocoanuts, per bag .10 

Coffee per bag 16 

Coffins, each 25 

Collars (horse), each .02 

Copperas, per barrel .20 

Cotton Batts. .15 

Corn, per bushel .OU 

Corn Fans, each .25 

Corn Planters, each 25 

Cotton, per bale... ,40 

Cotton, in seed .03 

Cotton Goods 20 

Cotton Seed, per bushel 01 

Crackers, per box ,05 

Cakes, per box 05 

Crockery, per hogshead ,80 

Crockery, per barrel.. .20 

Croquet Sets, each 05 

Cultivators, disc, each .30 

D 

Dates, per box 06 

Doors (wood), each 10 

Drugs 20 

Dry Goods 20 

E ■ 

Earthenware, per hogshead 80 

Earthenware, per barrel .20 



STEAMBOAT COMPANIES 



227 



NEW HOLLAND BOAT LINE, INC.— Continued. 



Eggs, perorate $ .17 

Earthen Drain Pipe 10 

Engines 06 

Essence (coffee), per case -.. .05 

F 

Fertilizers. (No charge). 

Fencing Wire .05 

Fish, salt, per barrel .12 

Forges, each 20 

Fountains, soda, each .40 

Freezers, each 05 

Furs - - 40 

Furniture, N. O. S. 20 

G 

Gasoline, per barrel 20 

Geese, each.. 01 

Gins, cotton, each 50 

Glassware, per barrel .20 

Gravestones .08 

Grindstones .05 

Groceries, N. O. S 12 

Gun Powder, per keg ..- .19 

H 

Hair, for plaster .02 

Hames, per pair .01 

Hammocks, each 03 

Handles, perorate 05 

Hardware, N. O. S 10 

Harness, carriage, per set 20 

Harrows, each .15 

Hay, per ton 2,000 pounds .40 

Hogs, live -- 05 

Hides, dry.- 20 

Hides, green .10 

Hoes, per dozen 10 

Hollow-ware, N. O. S .10 

Hominy, per box .05 

Honey _. .12 

Horses, each... .50 

Household Goods, N. O. S .12 

Hubs, per pair .02 

Ice, per ton of 2,000 pounds .50 

Incubators, each .30 

Ink, per box .02 

Iron, old 02 

J 

Jackscrews .10 

Jars, fruit, per case .05 

K 

Kegs, empty, each 05 

Kettles, iron .-lO 



L 

Ladders, step, each.. $ .05 

Lampblack, per box 05 

Lard 12 

Laths, per 1,000 laths.... .12 

Lead, black 06 

Lead, white... .08 

Leather .25 

Lemons, per box .05 

Lime, agricultural. (No charge). 

Lime, building, per barrel . 10 

Lime, building, in packages other than 

barrels 02§ 

Lumber, per 1,000 feet 1.00 

Lye, per box 06 

M 

Machinery, N. O. S.. .06 

Machines, sewing, each .40 

Machines, mowing, each _ 40 

Machines, washing, each... .25 

Mantles, each .10 

Marble .10 

Matches, per case .10 

Matting, oil, per roll .10 

Matting, straw, per roll 10 

Mattresses 10 

Meal, per bushel... .OU 

Meat, salted 10 

Meat, fresh .10 

Melons, each... .0§ 

Milk, per case .10 

Millinery Goods... .40 

Mineral Water, per case .20 

Molasses, per barrel .' 40 

Moss, per barrel 20 

N 

Nails, per keg .08 

Nursery Stock .20 

Notions - -- .20 

Nuts, per barrel .20 



Oats, per bushel .01 

Oilcloth, per roll .10 

Oil, per barrel .20 

Oil, in cans, per gallon .0^ 

Oranges, per box.. ._ .10 

Organs, each ._ .' 1.00 

P 

Packages, each. .02 

Paintings, each 40 

Paints. - .10 

Paper 12 

Peaches, per bushel .04 

Peanuts, per bag .04 

Pears, per bushel .10 

Photographic Goods. .20 

Pianos, each 2.00 



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N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 





NEW HOLLAND BOAT LINE, INC.— Continued. 




Pipe, iron 


$ .06 


Showcases. 


$ .50 


Pipe, stove .. . 


20 


Shuckers, per ton 2,000 pounds . 


.40 


Pipe, tin 


.30 


Soda, per box 


.05 


Pitch Forks, per dozen 


.10 


Soda, per keg 


.12 


Plows, each 


.12 


Spades, per dozen 


.10 


Pork, per barrel 


- .- .20 


Sieves, per dozen 


.08 


Plow Points 


-. .10 


Snuff 


.25 


Posts, each , 


.01 


Soap, per box 


.05 


Potatoes, per bushel 


10 


Starch, per box 


.05 




.01 




.10 


Powder, baking, per box.. 


05 


Stoves 


.20 


Presses. . 


.06 


Sugar, per barrel 


.20 


Prunes, per box 


.06 


Syrup, per barrel 


.20 


Pumps, iron, each 


.10 






Pumps, elevator, each 


.15 


T 




Pumps, force, each 


.20 


Turkeys, each 


.04 






Tacks, per case 


.05 


R 




Tallow 


.10 


Rags.. 

Raisins, per box 


.12 

.06 


Tar, per barrel 

Tinware 


.10 

.20 


Rakes, per dozen 


.10 

.20 

.30 


Tobacco (including Cigarettes) 


.60 


Ranges 


Toys 

Trunks, each 

Tubs, each 

Turpentine, in cans, per gallon 

Twine... 


.20 


Rice, cleaned.. 

Rice, rough, per bushel 

Rope, wire 

Rope.. 


.10 

.01 

.06 


.10 

.10 

01 

.10 


Rye, per bushel 


- .OH 


V 




Reapers, each 


.50 






Reapers and Binders, each. 


1.00 


Varnish, in cans, per gallon 


.04 


s 




Vinegar, per barrel 


.20 




.20 


W 




Saddles, cart, each 


.05 




Safes, iron 


.08 


Wagons (one-horse), each 


.25 


Salt, per bag 


.06 


Wagons (two-horse), each 


- 50 


Sardines, per case 


.05 


Wheat, per bushel 


.OU 


Sash, per pair 


.08 


Wheelbarrows, each 


.10 


Scales 


.08 


Wheels, per set.... 


.20 


Scythes, each.. 


.06 


Whips.... 


.30 


Seed, garden 


.20 


Wines, per barrel 


.20 


Shafting 


.06 


Wire Goods 


20 


Sheeting, metal 

Shellers, corn, hand, each.. 


.06 




. . .05 


.20 


Wood, per cord 


.15 


Shellers, steam and horse, each- . 1.00 


Woodenware, N. 0. S.... 


12 


Sheep, each 


.08 


Wool 


.10 


Shingles, per 1,000 shingles. 


.30 






Shot. 


.08 


Y 




Shovels, per dozen 


.10 


Yarn 


.16 



STEAMBOAT COMPANIES 



229 



NORTH RIVER LINE. 

TABLE OF CLASS RATES. 



Between 

Elizabeth City, N. C. 

and — 



Newbegun Creek Landings. 

♦Brothers Wharf N. C. 

*C. Sawyers Wharf ....N. C. 

*County Wharf .N. C. 

♦Farmers Wharf N. C. 

♦Jennings Wharf N. C. 

♦Meads Pier N. C. 

♦Murdens Landing N. C. 

♦Newbegun Creek N. C. 

♦Scotts Wharf N. C. 

♦Toxeys Landing N. C. 

♦Weeksville N. C. 

♦Old Trap N. C... 

tShiloh N. C... 

North River and Albemarle 
Sound Landing-. 

♦Barnetts Creek N. C' 

♦Brinson Landing N. C. 

♦Coinjock N. C 

♦Gallops Landing N. C. 

♦Halls Harbor N. C. 

♦Hog Quarter N. C. 

♦j Jarvisburg N. C. 

♦Kitty Hawk N. C. 

♦Mauds N. C. 

♦Newberns Landing N. C. 

♦Owens Pier N. C. 

♦Paul Gammills Hill N. C. 

♦Point Harbor N. C. 

♦Powells Point- N. C. 

♦Riddle N. C. 

♦Weavers Mill N. C. 



In Cents Per 100 Pounds 



25 



35 



20 



25 



20 



10 



E H I K 



10 



20 



In 
Cents 

Per 
Barrel 



♦Wharfage charges in addition. 

tNo wharfage charges at Jarvisburg, N. C, on southbound shipments. Wharfage charges are 
applicable only on northbound shipments. 

JRates include wharfage charges. Minimum charge, 15 cents. 
The above rates do not include wharfage charges, except where specifically shown. 



230 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



NORTH RIVER LINE— Continued. 

COMMODITY RATES. 
In Cents Per 100 Pounds, Unless Otherwise Specified. 



Commodities 


Newbegun Creek Landings 
(Named in Table of Class Rates) 


d 

a 
H 

o 


*Shiloh, N. C. North River 
and Albemarle Sound Landings 
(Named in Table of Class Rates) 


Barrels, empty oil, each. . . . . ... 


10 

2 

250 

150 

150 

75 


10 
2 
300 
150 
125 
100 


10 




2 


Brick, per 1,000 brick 


300 




150 




125 


Carts, each . .._ _ 


100 


Cart Wheels, with Axles, per pair 


50 


Cattle, full grown L 




140 
85 
50 

140 

75 


150 


Cattle, yearlings 




100 


Cattle, calves 




60 


Coal per ton 2,000 pounds 


100 

45 
75 


150 


Cotton, per bale 


45 


Cotton Seed, per ton 2,000 pounds 


100 


Cotton, in seed .-. ... .. 


10 




100 






Eggs, per crate . - . - - .. - . 




15 




75 


100 
50 
50 
40 
10 
15 
25 


100 




55 






65 


Fish, fresh, in boxes or half-boxes (see Note 1, below) 




48 




10 

10 

30 

2 

100 


10 


Fruits and Vegetables, per barrel 


15 


Furniture, new or old 


35 


Grain, per bushel 




Hay, per ton 2,000 pounds. 


200 
200 

100 


200 


Horses and Mules, each 


200 




100 


150 




100 









STEAMBOAT COMPANIES 



231 



NORTH RIVER LINE— Continued. 

COMMODITY RATES— Continued. 
In Cents Per 100 Pounds, Unless Otherwise Specified. 



Commodities 


Is 

>^ o 

OH 

S 

it 


d 

o 


*Shiloh, N. C. North River 
and Albemarle Sound Landings 
(Named in Table of Class Rates) 


Laths, per 1,000 . . .. . . .. 


40 
10 
100 
40 
30 
10 
25 
20 
10 
5 
40 
10 
20 
10 
25 


50 
15 
200 
50 
40 

30 
25 
10 
10 
50 
20 
25 
10 

30 


50 


Lime, per barrel -. -. .. 


15 


Lumber, per 1,000 feet . - .. .- . . 


200 




60 


Oil, per barrel . .. -. -. .- . . 


40 




15 




35 


Pork and Beef, fresh . * _. ... 


.5 


Rafting Gear. . . . ... 


10 




10 


Shingles, per 1,000 . .. . ..... 


50 




20 








10 




15 




35 




40 
30 
100 


50 










100 




150 


Wire, fence... . . . . . . . 






10, 











*Rates include wharfage charges. Minimum charge. 15 cents. 

The above rates do not include wharfage charges, except where specifically shown in connection 
with landings as named in Table of Class Rates. 

Note. — Must be charged for on basis of gross weight, except that fresh or frozen fish shipped with 
ice, which is necessary for its preservation, must be charged for on basis of the net weight of the fish^ 
plus twenty-five per cent (25%), unless actual gross weight is less at time of shipment. 

Effective May 3, 1915. 



232 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



PERQUIMANS RIVER LINE. 

Local Freight Tariff on Classes and Commodities Between Hertford, N. C, and Landings on Per- 
quimans River, Little River and Yeopim River. 













CLASS RATES 














In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


F 


E 


H 


K 


F 


25 


20 


15 


12 


10 


8 


8 


8 


8 


6 


ID 


12 


5 


15 


COMMODITY RATES. 



Articles 



Barrels, empty truck, each 

Brick, per 1,000 

Buggies, top, or open, each 

Carts, each 

Cart Wheels, with Axles, per pair 

Coal, per ton 2,000 pounds (anthracite) 

Cotton, per bale.. 

Fish, fresh, per box, or flour barrel 

Fish, fresh, per sugar barrel 

Fish, fresh, per half box 

Flour, per bag, or barrel 

Fruits and Vegetables, per barrel 

Hay, per ton, 2,000 pounds 

Ice, packed, per bag 300 pounds 

Ice, packed, per ton 2,000 pounds 

Ice, loose, per ton 2,000 pounds 

Lumber, dressed, per 1,000 feet 

Lumber, rough, green, per 1,000 feet... 

Lumber, rough, dry, per 1,000 feet 

Oil and Gasoline, per barrel 

Salt, per ton 

Shingles, per 1,000 

Tar, per barrel 

Wagons, farm, K. D., single, each 

Wagons, farm, K. D., double, each 

Wire, fence, per 100 pounds 



Rate 
in Cents 



2 

200 

100 
75 
50 
90 
50 
50 
60 
50 
12 
121 

150 
15 

100 

100 

100 

150 

125 
25 

100 
40 
40 

100 

100 
10 



Minimum charge on any single shipment, 15 cents. 
Wharfage not included in the above rates. 
Effective February 1, 1916. 



STEAMBOAT COMPAN^IES 



233 



PERQUIMANS RIVER LINE— Continued. 

WHARFAGE. 
At Perquimans River Landings on Traffic Originating at These Points. 



Articles 



Articles not specified, per 100 pounds 

Bacon, in boxes, per 100 pounds 

Bacon, in barrels, per barrel 

Barrels, empty, sugar and flour, per barrel 

Barrels, empty, oil and liquor, per barrel 

Crates, empty beer and soda water, per crate 

Calves , each 

Cattle, each 

Cotton, per bale 

Cotton Seed, per ton 2,000 pounds 

Eggs, per crate 

Fish, fresh, per barrel 

Fish, fresh, per box 

Fish, fresh, per half-box 

Fish, salt, per barrel 

Furniture and Household Goods, per 100 pounds 

Grapes, per sugar or flour barrel 

Grapes, per one-half barrel basket or box 

Grapes, per bushel basket or box 

Lumber, per 100 feet... 

Sheep and Lambs, each 

Shingles, per 100 shingles 

Peanuts, per bag.. 

Peas, field, per bag 

Truck, per barrel or crate. 

Truck, per half-barrel, box, crate or basket 

Truck, per bushel box or basket 



Cents 



15 



234 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



SALMON CREEK LINE. 

Local Rates on Classes and Commodities Between Edenton, N. C, and Salmon Creek Landings. 

CLASS RATES. 
In Cents Per 100 Pounds, Unless Otherwise Specified. 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


F 


H 


K 


37J 


311 


25 


22| 


19 


15 


15 


15 


m 


10 


19 


*20 


19 


10 



*In cents per standard barrel. 



COMMODITY RATES. 
In Dollars and Fractions Thereof. 



Brick, per 1.000 brick 

Buggies, with tops, each 

Buggies, without tops, each 

Canoes, each 

Cotton, per bale 

Cotton-seed Meal, carload minimum 

20,000 pounds, per net ton 

Fertih;-er, carload minimum 20,000 pounds, 

per net ton 

Fish, fresh, per box 

Fish, fresh, per half-box 

Herrings, North Carolina, per barrel 

Herrings, North Carolina, per half-barrel.. 
Herrings, North Carolina, per quarter- 
barrel 

Horses, released, each 

Ice, pei net ton 

Laths, per 1,000 



Rate 



$3.50 

1.90 

1.30 

.60 

1.25 

1.90 

1.90 



.40 
.20 
.15 

.10 
2.50 
1.30 



Lumber, per 1,000 feet 

Melons, each 

Molasses, owner's risk, per barrel 

Oil, coal, owner's risk, per barrel 

Oysters, per barrel 

Rosin, per barrel 

Salt, carload, per net ton 

Shingles, per 1,000 

Sugar, per barrel 

Tar, per barrel 

Vegetables and Fruits, not otherwise 

specified, per barrel 

Vegetables, per half-barrel 

Vegetables, per bushel box 

Wagons, one-horse, each 

Wagons, two-horse, each 



Rate 



2.50 
.02^ 
.50 
.45 
.30 
.25 

1.30 
.60 
.3a 
.25 

.20 

.15 

.10 

1.25 

1.90 



APPLICATION OF COMMODITY RATES. 

Whenever a carload (or less-than-carload) commodity rate is established it removes the applica- 
tion of the class rate to or from the same points on that commodity in carload quantities (or less-than- 
carload) quantities, as the case may be. 

APPLICATION OF RATES ON EXPLOSIVES. 

The rates published in this tariff, when applied in connection with explosives, will be subject to 
roles and regulations issued by the Interstate Commerce Commission. 
Effective December 16, 1918. 



STEAMBOAT COMPANIES 



235 



TAR RIVER LINE. 

CLASS AND COMMODITY RATES. 

Between Tarboro and Washington, N. C, and Intermediate Landings. 
(Applying in both directions.) 

CLASS RATES. 





Washington and — 


Tarboro and— 


Class 


Greenville 

and 
Landings 
Between 


Landings 

Above 
Greenville 


Greenville 

and 
Landings 
Between 


Landings 

Below 
Greenville 


1... 


20 
18 
16 
14 
12 
10 


24 
22 
20 
18 
15 
12 


20 
18 
16 
14 
12 
10 

8 
10 
10 

8 
12 
12 


24 


2 ... 


22 


3. .. 


20 


4. .. 


18 


5. 


15 


6. 


12 


A 


8 ! 10 


10 


B 


10 
10 
8 
12 
12 


12 
12 
10 
15 
15 


12 


c 


12 


D . . 


10 


E 


15 


H . 


15 







Minimum charge on any single shipment, 25 cents. 



CLASS AND COMMODITY RATES. 

Between Tarboro and Washington, N. C, and Intermediate Landings. 
(Applying in both directions). 





COMMODITY RATES. 








Washington and — 


Tarboro and — 


Commodities 


Greenville 

and 
Landings 
Between 


Landings 

Above 
Greenville 


Greenville 

and 
Landings 
Between 


Landings 

Belo^ 
Greenville 


Apples, per barrel . 


$■ .25 

2.00 

.05 

.10 

,50 

1.20 

1.20 

.25 

.50 

.60 

.10 

.05 

1.50 

1.50 

1.50 


$ .25 

2.50 

.05 

.10 

.50 

1.50 

1.50 

.25 

.50 

.75 

.10 

.05 

2.00 

2.00 

2.00 


$ .25 

2.00 

.05 

.10 

.50 

1.20 

1.20 

.25 

.50 

.60 

.10 

.05 

1.50 

1.50 

1.50 


$ 25 


Bricks, per 1,000 


2 50 


Barrels, flour and truck, each 


05 


Barrels, syrup, vinegar, oil, each 

Boats, Canoes, common, each 

Eran, per ton.. . 


.10 

.50 

1 50 


Cement, per ton 


1.50 


Cola, Soda, Ale, per crate.. 


25 


Cola, Soda, Ale, per barrel. . . 


.50 


*Cotton, per bale 


.75 


Cotton Bagging, per roll 


.10 


Cotton Ties, per bundle 

*Cotton Seed, per ton 


.05 
2.00 


*Cotton-seed Meal, per ton 


2.00 


*Cotton-8eed Hulls, per ton 


2.00- 



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N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



TAR RIVER LINE— Continued. 

COMMODITY RATES— Continued. 



Commodities 



Washington and 



Greenville 

and 
Landings 
Between 



Landings 

Above 
Greenville 



Tarboro and — 



Greenville 

and 
Landings 
Between 



Landings 

Below 
Greenville 



*Coal, per ton 

Corn, per bushel 

Crates, cola, soda, eggs, each 

Chickens, per coop 

Egga, per crate 

Fish, salt, per barrel 

Fish, iced, per box 

Fish, iced, per half-box 

*Fertilizers, per ton 

Furniture, fine, per 100 pounds 

Flour, L. C. L., per barrel 

Flour, C. L., per barrel 

*Hay, compressed, per bale 

*Hay, compressed, L. C. L., per ton. 
Hay, compressed, C. L., 10% less. 

Hominy, per bushel 

Household Goods and Old Furniture 

released, per 100 pounds 

Ice, per 100 pounds 

Kerosene, per barrel 

Laths, per 1,000 

Lumber, per 1,000 

*Lime, agricultural, per ton 

Lime, building, per barrel 

Live Stock, Cattle, each 

Live Stock, Hogs, Sheep, each 

Meat, bacon, boxes, per 100 pounds. 

Meat, bacon, bulk 

Meal, corn, per bushel 

Machines, sewing, each 

Molasses, per barrel 

Nails, per keg 

Oysters, per barrel 

Oysters, per bushel 

Oats, per bushel 

Oil, per barrel 

Potatoes, per barrel 

Potatoes, per bushel.. 

Peas, per bushel 

*Peanuts, per bag 

Rafting Gear, poles, per 100 

Shingles, 4 and 5 inch, per 1,000 

Shingles, 6 inch, per 1,000 

*Salt, common, per ton... 

Stoves, hollow-ware, per 100 pounds 

Sugar, per barrel. 

Vinegar, Cider, per barrel. 

Vehicles, Carts, S. U., each 

Vehicles, Buggies, S. U., each 

Vehicles, Wagons, S. U., each 



1.20 
.05 
.10 
.25 
.25 
.25 
.50 
.25 

1.50 
.40 
.25 
.15 
.10 

1.60 

.05 

.25 
.15 
.40 
.50 
.50 

1.50 
.15 

1.00 
.50 
.10 
.20 
.05 
.50 
.40 
.10 
.25 
.10 
.05 
.40 
.25 
.10 
.05 
.15 
.10 
.40 
.50 

1.60 
.25 
.40 
.50 
.50 

1.00 

1.00 



.05 
.10 
.25 
.25 
.25 
.50 
.25 

2.00 
.40 
.25 
.15 
.10 

2.00 

.05 

.25 
.15 
.50 
.50 
.50 

2.00 
.25 

1.25 
.50 
.15 
.20 
.05 
.50 
.50 
.10 
.25 
.10 
.05 
.50 
.25 
.10 
.05 
.15 
.10 
.40 
.50 

2.00 
.25 
.40 
.50 
.50 

1.00 

1.00 



1.20 
.05 
.10 
.25 
.25 
.25 
.50 
.25 

1.50 
.40 
.25 
.15 
.10 

1.60 

.05 

.25 
.15 
.40 
.50 
.50 

1.50 
.15 

1.00 
.50 
.10 
.20 
.05 
.50 
.40 
.10 
.25 
.10 
.05 
.40 
.25 
.10 
.05 
.15 
.10 
.40 
.50 

1.60 
.25 
.40 
.50 
.50 

1.00 

1.00 



1.60 
.05 
.10 
.25 
.25 
.25 
.50 
.25 

2.00 
.40 
.25 
.15 
.10 

2.00 

.05 

.25 
.15 
.50 
.50 
.50 

2.00 
.25 

1.25 
.50 
.15 
.20 
.05 
.50 
.50 
.10 
.25 
.10 
.05 
.50 
.25 
.10 
.05 
.15 
.10 
.40 
.50 

2.00 
.25 
.40 
.50 
.50 

1.00 

1.00 



Effective December 15, 1916. *Effective January 1, 1918. 



STEAMBOAT COMPANIES 



237 



WANCHESE LINE. 

Local Freight Tariff Between Elizabeth City, N. C, and Burnside, N. C, Manns Harbor, N. C. 

Wanchese, N. C. 







CLASS RATES 




















Between 

Elizabeth City, N. C, 

and— 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


In 
Cents 

Per 
Barrel 




' 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


c 


D 


E 

12 


H 

20 


K 

10 


F 


Burnside N. C.l 

Manns Harbor ..- N. C. \ 

Wanchese N. C.J 


30 


25 


20 


18 


15 


12 


12 


12 


10 


10 


15 



COMMODITY RATES. 



Articles 



Barrels, oil. empty, each 

Barrels, truck, empty, each 

Brick, per 1,000. 

Buggies, top, each 

Buggies, open, each 

Carts, each 

Coal, in bags, per ton 2,000 pounds 

Canned Goods, per case 

Doors, each 

Door Frames, each 

Fish, fresh, (see rates on Fish). 
Fertilizer, in bags, per ton 2,000 pounds. 



Rate 



0.10 

.02 

2.50 

1.50 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

.08 

.10 

.15 

1.00 



238 



JSr. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



WANCHESE LINE— Continued. 

COMMODITY RATES— Continued. 



Articles 



Flour, per barrel or bag 

Fruits and Vegetables, per crate or barrel 

Grain and Meal, per 100 pounds.. 

Hay, per ton, 2,000 pounds 

Ice, per ton 2,000 pounds.. 

Ice, per bag of 200 pounds 

Laths, per 1,000 

Lumber, per 1,000 feet 

Lime, per barrel 

Molasses, per barrel 

Oranges and Lemons, per box 

Oil, per barrel 

Pork, per barrel 

Pianos, each 

Salt, per bag 

Sewing Machines, each 

Sugar, per bag 

Sugar, per barrel 

Soda Water, bottled, per crate 

Soda Water, bottled, per barrel 

Shingles, per 1,000 

Tar, per barrel 



Rate 



0.15 
.15 
.08 

2.00 

1.00 
.15 
.50 

2.00 
.15 
.50 
.15 
.30 
.25 

2.50 
.08 
.25 
.15 
.25 
.15 
.25 
.50 
.50 



Effective September 5, 1915. 

Local Freight Tariff Between Elizabeth City, N. C, and Stumpy Point, N. C, Engelhard, N. C, 
Buxton, N. C, and Hatteras, N, C. 







CLASS RATES 




















Between 

Elizabeth City, N. C, 

and— 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


In 
Cents 

Per 
Barrel 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


« 


A ! B 


C 


D 


- 


H 


K 


F 


Stumpy Point.- N. C. 

Buxton N. C. 

Hatteras.. N. C. ' 

Engelhard N. C.J 


35 


30 


25 


20 


15 


12 


12 


12 


10 


10 


12 


20 


10 


20 



COMMODITY RATES. 



Articles 



Rate 



Barrels, oil, empty, each 

Barrels, truck, empty, each. 

Brick, per 1,000 

Coal, in bags, per ton 2,000 pounds 

Doors, each 

Fertilizer, in bags, per ton 2,000 pounds... 
Fish, fresh (see rates on Fish). 

Flour, per barrel or bag _ 

Fruits and Vegetables, per crate or barrel 



0.10 
.02 

3.00 

1.50 
.10 

1.50 

.20 
.25 



STEAMBOAT COMPANIES 



239 



WANCHESE LINE— Continued. 
COMMODITY RATES— Continued. 



Articles 


Rate 


Hay, per ton 2,000 pounds .. .. 


$ 2.50 


Ice, per ton 2,000 pounds 


1.50 


Ice, per bag of 200 pounds .. 


.20 


Laths, per 1,000 


.60 


Lumber, per 1,000 feet 


2.50 


Lime, per barrel . .. . . 


.20 


Molasses, per barrel - . . .. 


.60 


Oranges and Lemons, per box 


.20 


Oil, per barrel 


.40 


Pork, per barrel 


.30 


Pianos, each 


3.00 


Salt, per bag 


.10 


Sewing Machines, each 


.35 


Sugar, per bag.- .. 


.20 


Sugar, per barrel 


.35 


Soda Water, bottled, per crate 


.20 


Soda Water, bottled, per barrel 


.30 


Soda Crates, empty, returned, each.. .. .. ... . .. 


.10 


Shingles, per 1,000 


.60 


Tar, per barrel 


.60 







RATES ON FRESH FISH, PER PACKAGE. 



Between 

Elizabeth City, N. C, 

and— 




Per 
Box or 
Barrel* 

(See Note) 


Per 
Half- 
Boxt 

(See Note) 


Per 

Quarter- 

Boxt 

(See Note) 


Buxton 


N. C. 


105 


60 


36 


Engelhard 


N. C. 


105 


60 


36 


Hatteras 


N. C. 


105 


60 


36 


Rodmans 


N. C. 


96 


54 


33 


Stumpy Point 


N. C. 


90 


51 


30 


Wanchese 


N.C.I 








Burnside 


N. C.^ 


50 


30 


18 


Manns Harbor 


N. C.j 









WHARFAGE CHARGE ADDITIONAL 

as follows: 

Note. — Per box or barrel, 4 cents each. Per half- or quarter-box, 2 cents each. 
When containers and ice are furnished by carrier the charge will be as follows: 
Per box, $1.00 each. Per half-box, 60 cents each. Per quarter-box, 40 cents each. 



*Barrel or box, weight 350 pounds. 

fHalf-box, weight 200 pounds. 

JQuarter-box, weight, 100 pounds. • 

When ice and packages for fresh fish are furnished by Wanchese Line, additional charge of $1.00 
per box; 60 cents per half box, and 80 cents per flour or sugar barrel. 
Effective March 5, 1917. 



MILEAGE TABLE 



FOR CONVENIENCE IN CALCULATING RATES. 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD 



WILMINGTON TO SANFORD. 

Wilmington 

Yadkin Junction 2.1 

Richards 9.1 

Montague 15.9 

Carrie 18.7 

Atkinson 25 

Ivanhoe 32.1 

Kerr _. 36.5 

Tomahawk 41 

Garland 47.4 

Parkerfburg 52 

Mintz 56.6 

Roseboro 60.9 

Hayne. 65,9 

Autryvil'e 69 

Stedman 72.2 

Vander 76.6 

Fayetteville 83.4 

N. S. Junction 83.8 

Shaw 88.7 

Manchester 95.2 

Overhills 97.7 

Spout Springs 101.7 

Olivia 109.0 

Swann 110.5 

Jonesboro 116.3 

Sanford-- .. 118.5 

WILMINGTON TO NAVASSA. 

Wilmington _. 

Eighth Street- 0.6 

Smith's Creek Yard 1.2 

Hilton 1.7 

Yadkin Junction 2.1 

Navassa 4.8 

WILMINGTON TO MARION.S.C. 

Wilmington 

Navassa.- 4.8 

Leland 7.8 

Malmo -. 10.9 

Farmers 14 

Newberhn 18.7 

Freeman 22 

Byrdville 24 

Bolton 28.6 

Wananish 35 

Lake Waccamaw 35.9 

Artesia 39 

Hallsboro - -. 40.3 



Whiteville 46.3 

Pine Log 49 

Fruit Ridge 50 

Peacocks 52 

Chadbourn 53 

Grist 55.2 

CerroGordo— - 59.4 

Fair Bluff 65.2 

Marion 88.8 

CRONLY BRANCH. 

Newberlin 

Cronly 2 

CONTENTNEA TO 
WILMINGTON. 

Contentnea 

Black Creek 3.0 

Fremont 9.7 

Pikeville 12.9 

North Junction 18.6 

Goldsboro 20.6 

South Junction- 22.2 

Dudley 29.6 

Mount Olive 35.0 

Calypso 38.7 

Faison 41.6 

Bowden 45.8 

Warsaw 50.1 

Magnolia . 57.5 

Rose Hill 62.7 

Teachey 66.8 

Wallace 69.1 

Willard 72.2 

Watha 75.5 

Burgaw 82.5 

Ashton- 87.6 

Rocky Point 90.7 

Castle Hayne 96.2 

Gordon 102.4 

New Bern Junction - 103.9 

Eighth Street— 104.3 

Wilmington - 104.9 

WARSAW TO CLINTON. 

Warsaw 

Pierce's Siding 2 

Baltic 3 

Hawkhurst 5 

Turkey- 4.9 

Elliott 7 

Moltonville 9 



Milo 10 

Clinton 13.4 

GOLDSBORO TO SMITHFIELD. 

Goldsboro 

Walter 4.6 

Smiths. -. 7 

Whitley 9 

Joyner 10.7 

Holts- 12 

Peeden-.- 17.3 

Smithfield 22.8 

NEW BERN TO WILMINGTON. 

New Bern 

New Bern Yard 1.2 

Debruhls 6.9 

Pollocksville.-'. 13.5 

Maysville 20.8 

Deppe 25.9 

Kellum 31.2 

Jacksonville. 37.0 

Verona 42.9 

Dixon 48.4 

Folkstone 52.0 

Holly Ridge 56.6 

Woodside 64.4 

Scott's Hill 73.8 

Fernside 83.2 

New Bern Junction 86 

Wilmington 87 

SOUTH ROCKY MOUNT TO 
RICHMOND, VA. 

South Rocky Mount 

Rocky Mount 1 

Battleboro --. 9.1 

Whitakers 13.3 

Enfield-..- 19.4 

Ruggles 26.8 

Pender 29.3 

Halifax 30.3 

WeldonYard 36.9 

Weldon 37.9 

Garysburg- 40.3 

Richmond, Va 120.6 

PENDER TO KINSTON. 

Pender 

TiUery-.- 7.6 

Spring Hill- 11.6 



MILEAGE TABLE 



241 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD— Continued. 



Scotland Neck 17.9 

Stamper- 22.2 

Hobgood... 24.6 

Oak City 31.5 

HasselL 36.3 

Parmele 42.8 

Whitehurst 46.3 

Statons 52.0 

House 54.3 

Greenville 57.7 

Winterville 63.4 

Ayden 67.2 

Grifton 74.3 

Graingers 79.9 

Kinston 85.8 

ROCKY MOUNT TO PINNERS 
POINT, VA. 

Rocky Moant 

South Rocky Mount 0.5 

J. F. Tower 1.0 

Medora. 5.8 

Kingsboro 8.5 

Heartsease 9.5 

Waldo 11.5 

Tarboro 15.6 

Speed. 23.0 

Hobgood 27.8 

Palmyra 32.3 

Norfleet... 37.4 

Kelford 42.3 

Aulander 49.4 

Earleys 54.5 

Ahoskie 57.7 

Halls 60.8 

Cofield 63.8 

South Tunis 64.9 

Tunis 66.5 

Eure 70.2 

Roduco 73.2 

Sarem 75.2 

Gates 77.0 

Drum Hill 80.0 

Pinners Point 115.8 

TARBORO TO PLYMOUTH. 

Tarboro 

E. C. Junction 1.1 

Mildred .. 5.1 

Conetoe 8.2 

James Siding 9.2 

Bethel 13.4 

Gardner 14.4 

Parmele 16.8 

Robersonville 20.2 

Everett 24.9 

Williamston 31.2 

Sand Pit 34.2 

Hardison. 34.2 



Jamesville .. 42.0 

Darden 48.1 

Plymouth 53.3 

PARMELE TO WASHINGTON. 

Parmele 

Stokes 7.7 

Whichards 9 

Pactolus 14.2 

Wharton.. _. 19.9 

W. and V. Junction 25.4 

Washington 25.4 



ROCKY MOUNT TO SPRING 
HOPE. 

South Rocky Mount 

Rocky Mount 1 

Winstead 3 

Kenneday 4 

Westrey 7 

Nashville 10 

Emerys 11 

Dunola 15 

Momeyer 16.1 

Spring Hope 20.2 

SOUTH ROCKY MOUNT TO 
FLORENCE, S. C. 

South Rocky Mount 

Y. D. Tower.. 2.3 

Sharpsburg 4.4 

Elm City.. 8.9 

Wilson 15.4 

Contentnea 18.6 

Lucama. 23.6 

Aycock 26.3 

Boyette 29 

Kenly 30.8 

Bagley 34.0 

Micro 36.0 

Selma 40.6 

Smithfield 44.4 

Walker 48 

Four Oaks 51.3 

Benson 59.5 

Mingo 61 

Dunn 65.6 

Olive 72 

Godwin 73.1 

Wade 77.9 

Beard 82.6 

Luray 84 

Milan 87.6 

Fayetteville 89.3 

Natal 92.9 

Hope Mills 96.0 

McMillan 99 



Parkton 102.5 

Blanchard 105 

Rex 106 

Gilmore 107 

Rennert 109.8 

Cromartie 114 

Buies 116.2 

Pembroke 121.0 

Elrod 126.3 

Purvis..-. 129 

Rowland 132.4 

Florence, S. C 172.3 

PARKTON TO BENNETTS- 
VILLE, S.C. 

Parkton 

McNatts 1.7 

Grahams 4.0 

Lumber Bridge 4.4 

Kefauvers 8 

McLeods 8 

Todys 9 

Shannon 9.0 

Pearsall's 11 

Red Springs 12.3 

Wakulla 16.9 

Alford's 20.7 

Floral College 20.9 

Maxton 23.9 

Paterson's 26 

Cameron's 27 

Johns 30 

Hasty 32 

Bennettsville, S. C 45 

WADESBORO TO FLORENCE, 
S.C. 

Wadesboro 

Fulton 5.5 

Bennett ^ 7 

Morven 9.9 

McFarlan 13.3 

Florence, S. C 63 

14.32 miles in North Carolina. 



ELROD TO CONWAY, S.C. 

Elrod 

Raynham • 4 

McDonald 6 

Fairmont 11 

Proctorville 15.6 

Orrum 17.6 

Boardman 21.4 

Evergreen 24.4 

Chadbourn 32.4 

Clarendon 40.6 

Mount Tabor 45.4 

Conway S. C 71.4 



Part 1—16 



242 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD 



GOLDSBORO TO BEAUFORT. 


Askin* 


.... 22.9 


Glenwood Yard-.-. 


101.6 


Goldsboro 

Millers* 



5 


Bridgeton* 

New Bern 


.... 29.5 
.... 31 


Jones St., Raleigh. 
Raleigh 


102.6 

103.1 


Spring Bank 


7 
8 


NEW BERN TO ORIENTAL. 


BERKLEY, VA. TO 




Uz^ell* 


MARSDEN. 


Bests 


9.4 
13.8 
17.3 


New Bern 





Berkeley 

Fentress 




LaGrange. 

Fields* 


Bridgeton 

Bunting* 


--- 

.... 2.8 




11.6 


Falling Creek 


19.3 


Latham Crossing* 


4 


Arringdale 


23.6 


Utility Siding* 


23.9 


Olympia 


.... 3.8 


Moyock 


24.1 


Hines Junction*. . . 


23.9 
25.9 


Dixon* 

Carolina*-. 


.... 5.3 
.-. 7.1 


Morse 

Flora 


25.4 


Kinston 


25.9 


Caswell 


30.1 

31 

32 


Reelsboro ... 


.... 8.1 


Willey 

Snowden 

Addison 


29.1 


Riley's Junction* 


Blades Junction*. 


10 


30.2 


Golumco 


Grant 


.-. 10.7 


32.5 


Waters* 


33 

35.1 

42 


West Alliance* 


12.3 


Shawboro 

Ferebee 

Gregory* 


33.7 


Dover 


East Alliance*. 


12.8 


34.8 


Cove.. 


Bayboro 


.... 14.8 


36 


Dean* 


45 


Stonewall. 


.... 16.3 


Mason 


37 


Davis Siding* 


48 
48.2 


Gibton* 


18.5 


Scott 

Belcross 


38.4 


Tuscarora 


Callison* 


.... 19.6 


39.2 


Hammers* 


50 


Ashwood* 


.... 21.5 


Camden 


40.7 


Hymans* 


50 


Nelms 


.... 22.4 


Boyds 


41.5 


Eubank* 


51 


Ransom* ... 


.... 24 


Elizabeth City 


45.1 


Clarks* 

Mills Junction 


51.5 
52 


Oriental 


.... 24.4 


Roller Mills .-.. 


46.4 


Suffolk Junction*-. 


46.6 


Neuse Crossing 


56 


MARSDEN TO RALEIGH. 


Harris 


47.5 


West End New Bern Yard 


57.7 






Pasquotank* 


52 


New Bern 


58.7 
64 


Marsden 

Alice* 


.... 
.... 4.0 


Okisko -. 

Chapanoke. 


53.2 


Thurman* 


54.4 


Meachams 


65 


Bryan* 


---. 4.3 


Skinners..- ,. 


56 


Conners Siding*.. .. 


67 


Grimesland 


.... 6.0 


Cannons 


56.9 


Riverdale 


67.4 


Simpson* 


.... 11.1 


Tuttles 


58,2 


Croatan. 


69.8 
76.1 


Greenville 

Arthur* 


.... 17.4 
.--. 25.9 


Winfall 

Major and Loomis. 


59.8 


Havelock... 


60.4 


Newport 


83.8 


Farmville 


.... 30 


Winslow.. 


61.5 


Wildwood 


87 


Daisie*.. 


.... 33.6 


Hertford 


62 


Harveys*.. 


88 


Fieldsboro 


.... 36.2 


Yeopim 


66,2 


Mansfield.... 


89 


Apple* 


.... 38.9 


Anderson* 


66.9 


Camp Glenn* 


92 
93.8 


Stantonsburg 

Evansdale 


.... 43.5 
— . 47.6 


PowelL- 

Markham 


68,9 


Morehead City 


70,1 


Pier No. 1 


95 


Wilson 


.... 53.5 


Edenton 


73.9 


Beaufort . 


98 


Edam 


-.-. 62.0 


WaddiU 


77.3 




RN. 




62,7 


Mackeys 

Swain 


82.8 


MARSDEN TO NEW BE 


Neverson 


.... 64.1 


86 






Baileys-... 


---. 66.1 


Westover 


87.3 


Marsden 





Lewis* 


-.-. 69.6 


Mays* 


89.7 


Frederick* 


2 


Middlesex 


.... 71.4 


A. C.L. June. Plymouth 92.6 


Hackney* 


3 


Silas* 


— . 74.3 


Plymouth 


92.7 


Knapps 


6 


Zebulon 


..-.. 78.8 


Lucas 


95.3 


Norton* 


6.5 


Rockton 


— . 82.4 


Wilkes* 


96,9 


Wilmar*.- 


8.5 


Wendell 


.... 83.3 


Reno* 


97.3 


Warren* 


10.1 


Eagle Rock 


--.- 85.7 


Hinson 


101 


Church* 


11 


Granita*.... 


-.-. 90.5 


Hoke* 


103.5 


Forrest* 


12 


Knightdale - 


-.-. 90.6 


Mizelle* 


106.8 


Wiggs* 


13.1 


Boushall* 


.... 96.6 


Pinetown 


112.8 


Vanceboro.. 


15.1 


Crab* 


.... 98 


Walla Watta* 


114.9 


Collins*.-. 


16.5 
17.3 
20.8 


Forkton* 

Duketon* . 


„.- 99.9 
--.. 100.0 


Slatestone* 

Alligoods 

Bunyan* 


.. 117,2 


Burma*.. 


118.7 


Ernul 


Edgeton* 


-.- 100.2 


121.3 



MILEAGE TABLE 



243 



NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD— Continued. 



Cleo* 124.1 

Honey Pod* 125.2 

Washington 125.7 

W. & V. Connection 128.5 

Marsden 129.5 

MACKEYS TO BELHAVEN. 

Mackeys 

Roper -- 4.4 

Richards* 7.9 

MacRae* 10.2 

Maple* - 13 

16-Mile-Siding* 16 

Wenona* -. 16.1 

Interco* 16.4 

Pike Road* 18 

Potters* 21 

Bishop Cross*. 23.9 

Gerrans* 24 

Paiitego 25.5 

Belhaven 29.8 

PINETOWN CUT-OFF. 

Bishop Cross* 

Wilkinson* 1.3 

R. L. C. Junction* 2. 2 

Upton* 3.5 

Terra Cela* 5.1 

Andrews* 6.1 

Acre* 8.4 

Pin'^town* 11 

MACKEYS TO COLUMBIA. 

Mackeys 

Blount Siding* 0.6 

Chesson*.... 2.8 

Beasley* . 4.1 

Buck* 8.6 

Halsey* 9.2 

Scuppernong* 10 

Creswell 13.3 

Woodley* 16.3 

Travis 18.2 

Columbia 22 

SUFFOLK, VA., TO EDENTON, 
N. C. 

Suffolk 

Corapeake Junction* 13.1 

Matthews* 14.0 

Corapeake 14.4 

Ewell* 15.6 

S.oraggins* 16.0 

Famco* 17.0 

Savage* 17.8 

Sunbury 21.2 

Cross* J 21.7 

Wardville 24.4 

Beckfort Junction 26.3 



Trotville 27.4 

Hobbsville 28.7 

Gliden 30.6 

Ryland 33.8 

Icaria -. 35.3 

Centre Hill 38.4 

Cisco 40.2 

Cake.-. 40.4 

Mavaton 41.5 

Valhalla 44.1 

Tuggles 46.0 

Hancock 47.3 

N. S. Junction 50.5 

Edenton 50.7 

BECKFORD JUNCTION TO 
ELIZABETH CITY. 

Beckford Junction 

Sandy Cross*-. 2.7 

Peach* 2.9 

31 Mile Siding 4.9 

Nicanor 7 

Parkville*... 12.3 

Seligman* 12.6 

Cherry Glade* 13.6 

Morgans* 19.6 

Elizabeth City 20.7 

RALEIGH TO CHARLOTTE. 

Raleigh 

Sylvaola* 3.5 

Hobbys* 8.5 

McCullers 9.7 

Banks* 10.5 

Austens* 11.5 

Judd* 13.5 

Willow Springs 14.8 

Cairo 16.9 

Cardenas*..-- 17.5 

Varina 18.8 

Duncan 23.5 

Nooes Siding* 25.5 

Corinth* 31.3 

Plum* 31.6 

Brickhaven* 33.6 

Rosser* .-- 37 

Colon 41.1 

McQueens*--. 43.5 

Cumnock 46.7 

Jordan Siding* 48.6 

Gulf 49.7 

Womble Siding* 52.4 

Carbonton 54.7 

Haw Branch* 57.5 

Glendon 59.6 

Audrey* 61.7 

Putnam* 64.5 

Hallison* 65.6 

Leaf* 67.5 

Lackey* 69.5 



Hemp 71.3 

Horner* 73.5 

Brown Chapel* 75.5 

Burns* 75.7 

Spies 76.6 

Baldwin* 78 

Wrights* 79.5 

Capel* 81.5 

Star .... 83.2 

Racepath*.. 87.3 

Troy 90.7 

Ann* 91 

Vestal* 93.5 

Roberdo*.. 97.5 

Wadeville 99.2 

Mount Gilead.... 104.2 

Chestnut* 107.4 

Rix*.. 108.4 

Norwood 112.1 

Aquadale* 118.4 

Green Siding* 119.4 

Oakboro 124.5 

Island Creek*.. 127.2 

Stanfield 130.3 

Loves Siding* — 132.4 

Midland*... 134.9 

Cabarrus* 137.7 

Allen* 141.1 

Wilgrove*... 145.3 

Ridgeview*.... 148.0 

Bentwood* 149.4 

North Charlotte... 153.5 

Charlotte Yard 154 

Charlotte 155.9 

RALEIGH. 

Glenwood Yard 

.Jones Street, Raleigh 1.0 

Union Station 1.5 

VARINA TO FAYETTEVILLE. 

Varina 

Fuquay Springs 1.3 

Rawls* 4.3 

Spence* 5 

Chalybeate* 7.3 

O. Bradleys* 8.5 

Kipling , 9.3 

Smith's Mill* 11 

Cape Fear* 13.3 

Empire Lumber Co.* 14 

Gravel Pit* 14 

Tuckers Turnout* 14 

Lillington 15.3 

Southern Timber and 

Lumber Co.* 19 

Harnett* 19.3 

Bunlevel* 22.3 

Fobville*. 23 

Linden 26.3 



244 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 





NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD— Continued. 


Linden Lumber Co.*... 

Carlos* 

Lane* 

Slocumb* 

Reaves* 


.- 28 
-. 29 
.. 31.3 
- 33.3 
_. 34 
.. 37 
.- 38 


Freeman* 

Steeds 

• Ross* 

Ether 

Star 

Biscoe -- 

Purvis* 

Candor 

Bruhns* 

Fruit Siding* 


18 

18.2 

19.5 

20.2 

23.2 

26.4 

30 

31.4 

33 

34.0 

34.3 

35 

35.7 

36 

36.3 

39 

41 

42 

43.5 

44 

49 

50.3 

53 


Page 54 

Aberdeen 56.3 

PINEHURST TO CARTHAGE. 
Pinehurst ... 


37 Mile Siding* 


Vanlindley* 3.7 


Russ 


Eastwood* 6.7 

Caddell* 7.7 

Blues*. .- 8.7 


Tokay* 

Myrtle Hill* 


.. 40 
41 




.. 43.8 
.. 44.3 

DEEN. 

.. 
.. 5 
.- 6 
.- 7 
.. 8 
-. 9 
.. 10 
.. 11 
-. 13 
.. 16.2 


A. C. L. Junction* 


Bilyou* 10.7 


Fayetteville- 

ASHEBORO TO ABER 

Asheboro 

Ulah* 

Hughs* 

Seth* 

Dewey* 

Midway*. . 


Samarcand 

Page Farm* 

Kennedy* 

Liley* 

Eagle Springs 

Causey* 

Frix* _. 

Mills and Fries*.. 

West End 


Carthage 12.6 

WEST END TO JACKSON 
SPRINGS. 

West End 




CANDOR TO ELLERBE. 
Candor 


Michfield*.. 

Graves* . 


Tallassee*-.. 

Garren Hill*.. 


Rubyatt* "5 

Norman 9 


Seagrove 

Asbury* 


Pinehurst 

Vina Vista* 


McLeods* 13.2 

EUerbe 17.5 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY 



RALEIGH. 




Aberdeen 


.. 71.8 


Johnson Street 


.... 


Pine Bluff 


.. 74.7 


Raleigh Tower 


1.0 


Keyser . .. .. . 


.. 76.1 






Hoffman 


.- 82.2 


RALEIGH TO HAMLET. 




Broadacre* 


.. 84 


Raleigh Tower 





Marston 

Cognac 

Henderson Lumber Co. 

Hamlet Yard , 

Hamlet 


.. 86 


College Spur* 


1.7 


.. 88.8 


Electric Siding* 

Method.. 

Fetner 


... 2.7 
... 4.0 

... 8.2 


.. 91.9 
.. 96 
-. 96.6 


Gary 

Apex 


... 8.5 
... 14.3 


MONCURE TO PITTSBORO. 




Jordans* . 


... 18.1 


Moncure 


-. 


New Hill 


... 20.5 


Wilkies* .-. 

Noves Spur 


.- 1.3 


23-Mile Siding* 


... 23 


.- 3.7 


Bonsai 


... 23.1 


Womble & Lasiter Spur* 


.. 4.4 




25.4 




.. 6.1 


Edwards* 


27 6 


Womble Spur* 


6.7 


Moncure 


30.4 


Bonsai & Co.* '. 

Pittsboro 


.. 7.6 


Olives* 


... 34 


-. 11.2 


Osgood 

Colon 


... 36.2 
... 38.4 


HAMLET TO COLUMBIA, S. C. 




Sanford 


... 42.1 


Hamlet 


.. 


Lemon S wrings 


... 48.7 


Osborne 


.. 6.9 


Cameron 


... 54.3 


Columbia, S. C 


.. 106.2 


Vass 


... 59.8 






Lake View 


... 61.2 


HAMLET TO CLIO, S. C. 




Fleet 


... 64 


Hamlet 


__ 


Niagara* 


... 65.1 


East Junction 


.. 0.9 


Forbes* 


... 65.4 


Scholl 


.. 5.7 


Manly 


... 67 


Gibson 


_. 10.3 


Southern Pines 


... 68 


Clio, S. C 


-- 24.0 



MILEAGE TABLE 



245 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY— Continued. 



RALEIGH TO NORLINA. 

Raleigh Johnson Street 

Millbrook 5.6 

Neuse 9.3 

Wyatt* (L. C. L. only) 12 

Forestville* (L. C. L. only) 15 

Wake Forest 16.2 

Royal Cotton Mill* (C. L. only) 18 

Youngsville 20.2 

Franklinton 26.4 

Lumsden 32 

KittrelL... 34.7 

Gill* 38.4 

Henderson 42. 8 

Greystone 46.7 

Middleburg 50.1 

Manson 53 

Ridgeway. 55.8 

Norlina 58 

FRANKLINTON TO LOUISBURG. 

Franklinton 

Drake* (C. L. only) 1 

Mitchiner*. 5.2 

Katesville * 6 

Louisbur g . 10 

HENDERSON TO DURHAM. 

Henderson 

Watkins* 7.1 

Dickerson* 10.1 

Clay*... 13.1 

Tar River* 17.1 

Hester 20.5 

Standard Oil Co. 23.9 

Creedmoor 24.2 

North Side.. 28.8 

Dove* (C. L. only) . 29 

Bennehan* 29 

Redwood 31.0 

Burton*.. . 34.5 

Joyland* 38 

East Durham* 39.7 

Durham 41.4 

DICKERSON TO OXFORD. 

Dickerson 

Cheatham* 1.5 

Oxford 4.6 

NORLINA TO PORTSMOUTH, VA. 

Norlina 

Warren Plains 2.3 

Macon 6.5 

Vaughan 11.6 

Littleton 17.3 

Edwards* (C. L. only) 20 

Summit* 22.7 

Thelma. 24.4 

Homers* 28.3 

Boiling*. 30.7 



Roanoke Junction. 32.8 

Weldon 37.2 

Garysburg 39.8 

Gumberry 43.4 

Seaboard 46.9 

Eberson 49.9 

Margaret.- 52.9 

Rogers* 54.1 

Portsmouth 115.8 

ROANOKE RAPIDS BRANCH. 

Roanoke Junction 

Roanoke Rapids 3 

NORLINA TO RICHMOND, VA. 

Norlina 

Wise Granite Co.* (C. L. only) 2.4 

Wise 3.5 

Paschall 7.4 

Richmond, Va 98.2 

BOYKINS, VA., TO LEWISTON. 

Boykins, Va.... 

Severn 5.1 

Pruden* (C. L. only) 7 

Montgomery Lumber Co.* (C. L. only) 8 

Pendleton*... 8.1 

Conway 11.1 

Milwaukee* 13 

Menlo* 14.9 

Lassiter* (C. L. only). 16.3 

Potecasi 16.6 

Parker* 17.5 

Woodland 18.9 

Moseley* 22.7 

Rich Square 23.1 

Williams*. 27.1 

Roxobel 28.2 

Kelford 30.0 

Wimbrow* ^C. L. only) 31.7 

Lewiston 35 

WILMINGTON TO RUTHERFORDTON. 

Wilmington Union Station 

Wilmington, Nutt Street 6 

Hilton 1.7 

Navassa 4.1 

Phoenix* 8 

Northwest* , 14.9 

Piedmont* 15 

Marks* 16 

Acme 17.6 

Moore 19 

Armour* 21.2 

Jones* (C. L. only) 24.3 

East Arcadia 25.9 

Councils 33.8 

McKee* 36.1 

Rosindale* 37.7 

Porterville* 39.6 

Elkton 41.8 



246 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY-Continued. 




Clarkton 

Abbottsburg 

Bladenboro 

Richardson* 

Dorr* C. L. only) 


.. 45.7 
.. 50 
.. 53.7 
.. 56.5 
.. 56.9 
.- 60.8 
.. 62.6 
.. 67.2 
.. 72 
.. 76.3 
-. 78.6 
.. 80.1 
.. 82.1 
.. 83 
.. 86.5 
.. 88.5 
.. 89.1 
.. 91.3 
.- 92 
.. 93.6 
.. 94.3 
.. 95.6 
.. 96.3 
-. 97.6 
.. 98.7 
.. 100.6 
103.7 


Russellville* 

Polkton 

Peachland. 

Marshville 

Wingate... 


. 27.9 

. 32.8 

. 36.7 

. 42.4 

47.1 


Bellamy* 

AUenton 

Lumberton 

Lowe , 


Monroe 

MONROE TO RUTHERFORDTON. 


. 52.6 



Moss Neck*..- ... 


Bakers* 

Stouts* 

Hembys* 

Indian Trail*.. . ... ... . 




Pembroke.... 

Pates*... 

Red Banks* 


. 3.7 
. 7.2 

. 8.7 




9.9 


Sellers* 

Alma 

Maxton 

McNair* (C. L. only).... 


Stallings* 

Matthews 

Rama* 

185-Mile Spur*. . . 


. 10.2 
. 13.5 
- 18 
22 


Southerlands*(C. L. only). 

Covington*.. 

Scotland Mill* (C. L. only). 

Dickson* (C. L. only). 


Charlotte. 

Chadwick* 

Hoskins* 

Pinoca Yards 


. 24.4 
. 26.7 
. 27.2 
. 28.3 


Laurinburg 

Omohundro* 


Thrift* 

Mount Holly. 


. 31.2 
. 35.5 


Elmore 

Ida Spur* (C. L. only) 


Klondike* 

Stanley Creek 


- 36.7 
42.3 


Laurel Hill 

Old Hundred* 


Alexis* 

Iron 

Millers* 

Lincolnton . . 


. 44.9 


Joes Creek* 


105.5 


. 49.4 


Ideal Farm. . 


108.7 


. 51.4 




. 109.7 


. 55.8 


East Junction . . 


Crouse 

Cherryville 

Waco 

Stubbs* 

Shelby 

Lawndale Junction* 




Hamlet... 

WILMINGTON TO NAVASSA. 
Wilmington 

Eighth Street 


.. 110.7 

.. 
.6 


. 61.3 
. 65.9 
. 69.2 

. 72 
. 77.4 
79.7 


Smith Creek Yard 


.- 1.2 


Lattimore 

Mooresboro 

Ellenboro 

Bostic 

Forest City 

Eaves* 

Rutherfordton 

ELLENBORO TO CAROLEEN. 
Ellenboro 

Cliffside Junction . . . . 


. 84.4 


Hilton 


1.7 


. 89.4 


Yadkin Junction 


2.1 


. 91.4 


Navassa 

HAMLET TO MONROE. 

Hamlet 

Roberdell*.. 

Hannah Pickett* (C. L. only) 


.. 4.8 

.. 
.. 3.5 
.. 4.1 
.. 6.2 


. 97.1 
. 100.6 
. 102.1 
. 104.3 


Lewarae.- 


-. 5.8 
.. 9 
-. 9.1 
.. 11.2 
13.4 



. 4 


Steele's MiH... 

Dockery's Siding* (C. L. only) 

South Atlantic Lumber Co.* 

Pee Dee . . . 


Henrietta* 

Caroleen 

MONROE TO ATLANTA, GA. 

Monroe. 

Houston* 

Mineral Springs* 


. 5.2 
. 8.1 


Cement*... 

Alexander Lumber Co.* (C. L. only) 

Lilesville.- 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co * 


.. 17 
.. 19.4 
.. 19.8 
23.7 


. 
. 5.2 
. 7.& 


Wadesboro.. 

Wadesboro Furniture Co 


.. 24.7 
.- 25.3 


Waxhaw... 

Atlanta, Ga 


. 12.1 

. 272 







MILEAGE TABLE 



247 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY 



GREENSBORO TO GOLDS- 


Providence 


27.4 


Woodleaf : 


.. 34.7 


BORO. 




Oxford 


32.8 


Barber.... 


.. 39.9 


Greensboro.- 





Lewis 


37.4 


Bear Poplar*.. 


.. 44.5 


Four Mile 


4.0 

8 


Gela* 

Pitchford* 


40.1 
42 


Mount Ulla. . 


46.9 


McLeansburg*. 


Mazeppa* 


.. 50.9 


Gibsonville* 


14.7 


Stovall 


42.7 


Mooresville 


.. 54.1 


Elon College . - 


16.7 

19 

21.4 


Bullock.. 

Keysville, Va 


46 

88.1 


Mooresville Junction... 

Mount Mourne.. 

Davidson 


54,9 


Glen Raven 


58.6 


Burlington 


.. 62.1 


Graham 


23.1 


HENDERSON TO OXFORD. 


Cornelius 


.. 63,7 


Haw River 


25.8 


Henderson 

Dabney 

Huntsboro 




5.8 
8.5 


Caldwell 


.. 65,6 


Mebane 

Efland 


31.7 
37 


Huntersville 

Croft. 


.. 68.3 
.- 73.3 


Hillsboro... 


40.9 


Horner 

Oxford 


10.3 
13.5 


Derita.... 


.. 77.8 


Occoneechee* 


41.8 


Charlotte 


.. 83.2 




44.2 
45.4 


GREENSBORO TO NORTH 


GREENSBORO TO CHAP 




Dukesyde* 


LOTTE. 


University 

Funston 


46.4 
49.2 


WILKESBORO. 




Greensboro 


.. 


West Durham* 


54 


Greensboro 





Jamestown 


.- 10.2 


Durham 

East Durham* 


55 

56.7 

59.4 


Pomona.. - 

Terra Cotta*. . 


3 

4.2 

6.4 


High Point . 


15 2 


Thomasville 

Lake* 


.- 21.8 


Bilboa* 


Guilford College 


.. 27.5 


Brassfield* 


60.7 


Friendship*.. 


9.7 


Lexington 


.. 32.6 


Nelson* 


64 


Colfax* 


14 


Linnwood 


.. 38.8 


Clegg* 


65 


Kernersville 


17.4 


Spencer 


.. 47 




68.7 

72.8 




28.4 
29 


Salisbury 

Sumner* 


.. 49.4 


Gary 


Miller..... 


.. 54 


Asbury* 


74.8 


Alspaugh 


32 


China Grove 


.. 58.8 


Method* 


77.9 


Bethania 


36 


Landis 


.. 61.2 


Raleigh 


81.2 


Rural Hall 


41.3 


Kannapolis 


.. 65.4 


Garner 


86.9 


Tobaccoville 


45.9 


Glass 


.. 66.5 


Auburn 


90.1 


Donnaha 


50.5 


Concord 


.. 72 


Clayton 

Wilson's Mill 


96.1 
103.7 


Boyden* 

ShoaL.._ 


53 

56.7 


Rocky Ridge 


74 


Harrisburg 


.. 79.6 


Selma 


109.2 


Hauser 


60 


Newell 


.. 85.9 


Pine Level 

Princeton 


111.9 
117.7 


Siloam 

Rockford 


60.7 
67.4 


North Charlotte 


90.5 


Charlotte 


-. 93.2 


Whitley 


120.5 


Crutchfield 


73.3 






Rose* 


123.7 


Burch* 


77.5 


HIGH POINT TO ASHEBORO. 


Asylum* 


126.6 
129.2 


Elkin 

Ronda 


83.7 
89.6 


High Point 





Goldsboro ..- 


Trinity 










HILL. 


Roaring River 

Quarry.. 

North Wilkesboro 


94 

97.8 
103 


Fairview* 


6 


UNIVERSITY TO CHAPEL 


Frazier 


7.1 




Glenola* 


9 4 





4 


WINSTON-SALEM TO 


Edgar 

Sophia 

Randleman . 




Blackwood* 


.. 11.2 
14 6 


Chapel Hill 


10.2 


CHARLOTTE. 








.. 18.9 











Spero* 


.. 23.9 


DURHAM TO KEYSVILLE 


., VA. 


Children's Home 


2.0 


Asheboro 


.. 27.7 


Durham 





Haneys* 


3.4 






East Durham*. 


1.7 


Atwood* 


7.3 


CHARLOTTE TO TAYLORS- 


Aida 


3.3 


Muddy Creek 


9.5 


VILLE. 




Gorman* 


8 


Clemmons.. ..^ 


12.3 


Charlotte. 


.. 


Rupert 


10.1 


Idols 


13.6 


Derita* 


.. 5.4 


Huley* 


11 


Advance.. 


16.5 


Croft..-. 


.- 9.8 


Cozart*.. 


12.8 


Bixby*... 


19.3 


Huntersville 


.. 14.9 


Wilkin* 


15.7 


Cornatzer 


21 


Caldwell 


.- 17.6 


Lyon 


18.1 


Mocksville 


26.7 


Cornelius 


.. 20.1 


Stem 


21.5 


Cooleemee Junction 


31.8 


Davidson 


- 21.5 



248 



N. C. CORPOEATION COMMISSION 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY— Continued. 



Mount Mourne 24.6 

Mooresville 28,3 

Mooresville Junction 29.1 

Shepherd 32.2 

Oswalt* 36 

Troutman 38.3 

Barium Springs* 39.8 

Statesville 44 

Loray* 49.9 

Scotts* 53 

Stony Point 55.4 

Hiddenite 59.4 

Taylorsville 64.4 

CHARLOTTE TO ATLANTA, GA. 

Charlotte 

Juneau* 4.9 

Belmont 11.4 

Mayworth* 13.8 

Lowell 16.1 

Gastonia 21.7 

Bessemer City -. 28.3 

Dilling's Factory* 32 

Kings Mountain 33.4 

Grover 41.4 

Atlanta, Ga 268 

CHARLOTTE TO COLUMBIA. 

Charlotte 

Exmoor -- 4 

Griffith* 5 

Hebron 7.2 

Pineville --.. 10.4 

Columbia, S. C... 108.6 

SANFORD TO MOUNT AIRY. 

Sanford . 

Cumnock 6.4 

Gulf 9.4 

Goldston.. 12.8 

Bear Creek 16.7 

Bonlee* ..- 19.2 

Ore Hill 20.8 

SilerCity.. 25.3 

Staley 32.8 

Liberty 37.3 

Julian 44.4 

Climax 47.8 

Pleasant Garden*.. 52.7 

Vandalia* 56.3 

Kirkpatrick Siding*. 57 

Greensboro 60.6 

Battleground*.- 66.8 

Summerfield 72.5 

Stokesdale 78.7 

Robinson's Siding 82 

B.&R. Siding* 83 

Belew Creek... 83.9 

Strader 84.9 

Hairston* 86.9 

Mitchell* 87.9 



Walnut Cove 89.9 

Germanton 95.5 

Rural Hall 100.1 

King 105 

Dalton 108.1 

Pinnacle 110 

Pilot Mountain 115.6 

Ararat 121.6 

McKenney's Cut 127 

Mount Airy 130 

STOKESDALE TO MADISON. 

Stokesdale 

Rocky Springs* 4.6 

Ellisboro* 7.4 

Madison... 11.4 

CLIMAX TO RAMSEUR. 

Climax 

Red Cross* 2.5 

Lineberry* 4.5 

Pughes 6.5 

Millboro 9.5 

Cedar Falls 14 

Franklinville 16 

Island Ford* 17 

Ramseur 18.8 

GREENSBORO TO DANVILLE. 

Greensboro 

Rudd* 8.2 

Browns Summit 11.9 

Benaja 15.4 

Reidsville 24.3 

Stacy* 28.3 

Ruffin 33.4 

Pelham. 39.7 

Stokesland* 43.3 

Danville, Va 48.4 

DANVILLE, VA., TO NORFOLK, 
VA. 

Danville, Va 

Blanche 8.1 

Milton 14 

Semora 20.7 

Cunningham 25.6 

Norfolk, Va 207.3 

DANVILLE, VA., TO LEAKSVILLE 
(D. & W.) 

Danville, Va 

Leaksville Junction 19.8 

Draper 22.8 

Spray 26.8 

Leaksville 27.8 

SALISBURY TO NORWOOD. 

Salisbury 

Granite Quarry 5 



Crescent 8.6 

Rockwell 10.3 

Gold Hill 15 

Misenheimer Springs* 19 

Richfielck 21 

New London 24 

Halls Ferry Junction 25.0 

Albemarle 30.9 

Porter* 36.9 

Norwood 41 

HALLS FERRY JUNCTION TO 
BADIN. 

Halls Ferry Junction 

Whitney 6.2 

Badin 11.2 

SALISBURY TO PAINT ROCK. 

Salisbury 

Majolica* 5 

Kincaid* 8 

Barber 11.4 

Cleveland 13.4 

Elmwood 18.4 

Statesville.- 25.6 

Eufola 32.8 

Lookout Spur 37.2 

Catawba... 38.4 

Claremont 42.5 

Newton 48.2 

Conover 49.9 

Oyama 54 

Hickory 57.6 

Hildebran 62 

Icard 65.6 

Connelly Springs 67.9 

Valdese 71.5 

DrexeL 74 

Morganton 78.5 

Calvin* 82 

Glen Alpine 84.5 

Bridgewater 89.4 

Nebo 94.3 

Clinchcross 97.8 

Marion 99.7 

Greenlee* 105.4 

Eberman* 107 

Old Fort-... 111.1 

Collins* 113 

Dendron* 115 

Andrews Fountain 116 

Graphite villa* 118.1 

Mud Cut*.- 119 

Ridgecrest 123.2 

Mount Mitchell 124.1 

Black Mountain 125.1 

Lemden 128 

Swannanoa- 129.8 

Azalea 134.3 

Biltmore 139 

Asheville 141 



MILEAGE TABLE 



249 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY— Continued. 



ASHEVILLE TO PAINT ROCK. 


Saunook* 


.... 33.3 


Fletcher 


. 13.5 






Balsam . 


.... 36.2 


Brickton 


. 15.2 


Asheville 





Willit 


.... 40.2 


Maples. 


. 16.2 


Craggy 


5.1 


Addie 


.... 43 


Mountain Home 


. 17.5 


Olivette* 

Alexander 

Volga 

Marshall 


7.1 
11.5 
16.5 
22.3 


Beta* 

Sylva 


_... 44.7 
.... 47.3 


Hillgirt* 

Balfour 


. 18.1 
. 19.4 


Dillsboro 


.... 49 


Hendersonville 


. 21.8 


Barker Creek* 


. 51.9 




. 24.5 


Redmon 


25 


Wilmot* - 


54.7 


Flat Rock . . 


. 25.3 


Barnard 


29.9 


Whittier. . 


58.6 


Tuxedo - 


. 28.6 


Sandy Bottom*. 


32.1 


Ela .. 


61 


Saluda. 


33.9 


Runion 


34.3 


Governors Island.. .. 


.... 62.5 


Melrose*.: 


. 37 




38.2 


Bryson .. 


65.2 


Rockliff*. ... 






- 38 


Shaleville 

Paint Rock 


40.2 
43.3 


Epps Springs 

Noland* 


.... 70.5 
--. 71.4 


Tryon 

Spartanburg, S. C 


. 42.8 




. 69.4 


MARION TO BLACKSBURC 


,S.C. 


Forney 

Bushnell 


.... 74.4 
.... 77.4 


HENDERSONVILLE TO 


LAKE 


Marion 





Judson* -. 


.... 81.2 


TOXAWAY. 




Gardin*.. 


5.4 


Almond 


.... 85.1 


Hendersonville 

West Hendersonville . 


. 
.9 


Glenwood 


6.6 


Wesser*.... 


.... 89.3 


Vein Mountain* 


11 


Hewitt 


.... 93.7 






Thermal City 


14.2 


Nantahala. 


.... 95.9 


Davis*.. 


- 3 


Union Mills . 


16.4 


Topton.. 


.... 99.6 


Yale* 


. 5.3 


Gilkey 

Rutherf ordton 


20.3 
25.1 


Rhodo* 

Tom Thumb* 


.... 103.1 
.... 104 


Capps* 

Horse Shoe 

Cannon* . 


. 6 

. 7 
. 8.1 


Forest City 


31.5 




.... 108.2 


EUenboro 


38.8 


Coalville... 


.... 111.5 


Etowah. 

Blantyre 

Penrose 

Davidson River* 


. 10.1 
. 12.4 
. 15 
. 18.2 
. 19.3 


Mooresboro 


43.1 


Marble 


.... 114.1 


Lattimore 

Washburn* 


46.1 
49.2 
55 


Valleytown* 

Maltby* 

Tomotla* 


.... 116 
.... 116.4 
.... 117.8 


Shelby 


Brevard 

Selica 

Cherryfield 


. 21.6 
. 26 

. 28.8 


Patterson Springs... 


59.7 


Regal*. 


.... 120.4 


Earl 

Blacksburg, S. C 


62.4 

68.4 


Murphy 


.... 123.1 






BUSHNELL TO FONTANA. 


Calvert 


. 29.7 












31.2 


ASHEVILLE TO MURPHY. 














Bushnell ..-. 


.... 


Galloway* 


. 32.8 


Asheville... 





CoUinwood 


.... 3.2 


Quebec 


. 35.4 


Emma* 


2.2 


Ecola* 


.... 5.2 


Reids.... 


. 38.6 


Sulphur Springs* 


5.3 


Marcus* 


.... 9 


Lake Toxaway 


. 41.7 


Acton* 


6 


Ritter* 


.... 12 






Hominy 


8.7 


Fontana* 


.... 13.9 


FRANKLIN TO CORNELIA, GA. 


Candler* 

Luther* 


9.7 
12.3 


ASHEVILLE TO SPARTANBURG, 


(Tallulah Falls Ry.) 




Turnpike* 


14 


S. C. 




Franklin 


. 


Canton 


18.1 
18.4 
22.5 


Ashevile 

Biltmore 


... 

2 


Prentiss 


4.4 


West Canton 


Riverside 

Otto... 


8 


Clyde 


Buena Vista* 


.... 5.1 


. 8.7 


Lake Junaluska 


25.4 


Busbee* 


.... 8.1 


Norton 


. 12 


Waynesville 


28.5 


Skyland* 


.... 9.2 


Orlando 


. 13.4 


Hazelwood 


29.8 


Arden. 


.... 10.7 


Cornelia, Ga... 


. 57.2 



250 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



MISCELLANEOUS ROADS 



ABERDEEN AND ROCKFISH RAILROAD. 



Aberdeen to Fayetteville. 

Aberdeen 

Blue's Y Siding* 




1 

3 

5 

7 

8 

10 

13 

18 

19 

20 

21 


Dundarroch 

Pate's Siding* 


... 24 
... 25 

... 27 


Skibo* 

Owens* 

Fayetteville 

Raeford to Wagram. 

Raeford 

Covington Siding* 

Austin Siding* 

McNeill's Siding* 

Edinburg Siding* 

Purcells Siding* 

Wagram 


. 39 

. 42 

45 


Spivey Hill Siding* 

Ashley Heights* 


Lakefield* 

Welch Siding* 

Mclnnis Siding* 

Rockfish 

Hope Mills Junction*... 

Norton Siding* 

Bones Creek Siding* 

Fenix* 

Clifton 


... 28 
... 28 
... 29 
... 30 
... 31 
... 32 
... 33 
... 34 
37 




Endon Junction* 




Sanatorium* 

Montrose* 

Timberland* 

Thomas Siding* 

Raeford 

Oakdale Siding* 


. 

- 4 
. 5 

- 6 

- 8 
9 


T. B. Upchurch 's Siding*... 


Mayfield Siding* 


... 38 


. 12 



APPALACHIAN RAILWAY. 

Ela , 

Birdtown* 3 

Cherokee* 6 

OconaLufty* 10 



ASHEVILLE AND EAST TENNESSEE RAILROAD. 



Asheville 

Grace.. 




2.3 


Newbridge 

Morris 

Bairds 


4.2 

5.1 

6.5 


Stony Knob 

Weaverville 


7.1 

8.7 



ATLANTIC AND CAROLINA RAILROAD. 

Warsaw 

Hill's Avenue* 2 

Rhodes* 3 

Middleton* 4 

West* 6 

Frances* 8 

Kenansville 10 



ATLANTIC AND WESTERN RAILROAD. 



Sanford. 

Monroe Park 




1 


Campbells*... 

Broadway.. 

Seminole* 

Ryes* 

Arlington 


6 

8 

10 

12 

14 


Mamers 

Monticello* 

Luart* 

Summerville 

Lillington.. 


1& 

17 


Jonesboro 

Purnell* — 

Winder*— - 


2 

4 

5 


19 

2a 

25 



MILEAGE TABLE 
BLACK MOUNTAIN RAILWAY. 



251 



Kona* 





Windom* 


8 


Micaville to Bowditch. 




Tiffin* 

Rushirk* 

Kaneska* 


1 

1 

1 


Uganawa* 

Burnsville 

Banks* 


9 

11 

13 


Micaville 

Bowditch 



2 


Tolley* 

Backus* 


2 

4 


Bellingers*... 

Inata* 


15 

16 


Murchison to Eskota. 




Lamonti* 


5 


Jesse* 


17 


Murchison*.. 





Micaville* 


6 


Low Gap* 


18 


Parnell* 


2 


Cedar Cliff* 


7 


Pensacola 

Murchison* 


20 

22 


Eskota.... 


3 



BONLEE AND WESTERN RAILWAY. 

Bonlee 

Edwards* 3 

Andrews 4 

Wells 6 

Rock Springs* 7 

Smiths*. 8 

Bennett 11 



CAROLINA RAILROAD. 



Kinston.-- 

Hull Road* 




4 


Pools* 

Dawson* 

Glenfield*... 


6 

7 

10 


Suggs 

Snow Hill 


12 

15 







CAROLINA, CLINCHFIELD AND OHIO RAILWAY. 



Lost Cove* 





Boonford 


32 


Pitts* 


64 


Cane Bottom* 


1 


Phillips* 

Penland 

Spar No. 1* 


34 

36 

37 


Sevier 

Adams* 

Hankina* 


. . 66 


Poplar* 


5 


67 


Warrick* 


7 


72 


Peterson* 


8 


Spar No. 2*... 


37 


Marion 


75 


Huntdale 


10 


Spar No. 3* 


37 


Glenwood*.. 


81 


Pigeon Roost* 


12 


Kaolin* 


37 


Fero* 


83 


Relief*.. 


13 


Blood* 


38 


Thermal City.- 


89 


Rock Creek* 


15 


Spruce Pine_- 


40 


Tate- 


92 


Green Mountain 


17 


Harris Clay Co. 


40 


Morris* 


95 


Forbes*... 


21 


English* 


41 


Logan 


97 


Toecane- 


23 


Altapass.- 


44 


Harmon* 


99 


Youngs* 


25 


Mount Mitchell 


46 


Bostic 


103 


Intermont* 


27 


Caldwell 


58 


Forest City 


105 


Bandana* 


28 


Linville Falls 


59 


Blanton* 


107 


Galax* 


29 


Stump* .- 


61 


Harris 


111 


Kona* 


30 


Avery*... 

Edgecombe* 


...... 62 

63 


Randall* i 


114 



CAROLINA AND NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD. 

Gumberry 

Mowfield* - 4 

Jackson ..- 8 

Rehoboth* 13 

Lasker 16 



252 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 
CAROLINA AND NORTHWESTERN RAILWAY. 



Crowders, N. C, to Lenoir, N. C. 


69-Mile Siding* 


30 


Lenoir. 


71 


Crowders, N. C* 


. 


Maiden 


34 


Valmead* 


72 


Ridge 


. 2 


75-Mile Siding* 


36 


Warrior* 


74 


Gastonia 


. 6 


Newton 


41 


Setzer* 


- 75 


Dallas 


. 10 


Conover 


43 


Holloway * 


76 


Hardins* 


- 16 


Hickory 


51 


Olivett* 


78 


High Shoals 


. 17 


Cliffs* 


55 


Coffeys* 


79 


Long Shoals* 


. 20 


Tile* 


57 


CoUettsville 


81 


Southside* 


. 22 


Rhodhiss 


57 


Jonweb* 


82 


Laboratory* 


. 23 


Granite Falls 


59 


Adako* 


83 


Daniels* 


. 24 


Saw Mills* 


62 


Gorge* 


88 


Lincolnton 


. 25 


Hudson 


64 


Mortimer. 


92 


66-Mile Siding* 


- 27 


Whitnel* 


68 


Edgemont 


95 



CAROLINA AND YADKIN RIVER RAILWAY. 



High Point 





Walser* 

Hannersville* 

Gordontown* 

Hughes* 

Cid* 

Emmons Mine* 


16 

17 

18 

20 

21 

22 


Leach's Mill* 

Snider*-. 

Denton 

Healing Springs* 

Coler* 

High Rock 


23 


Thomasville 

Glen Anna* 


6 

8 


25 

27 


Cedar Lodge* 


...... 10 


30 


Light* 

Mabel*.... 


12 

15 


31 

34 



CLIFFSIDE RAILROAD. 

Cliffside 

Cliffside Junction 3 



DOVER AND SOUTHBOUND RAILROAD. 



Dover 





Phillips* 


9 


Petersburg* 


23 


Foys* 


5 


Wimsatt*. 


13 


Richlands 


25 


Taylors*.. 


8 


Comfort* 


16 







DURHAM AND SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD. 



Durham 




1 


Farrington 

Seaforth* 

Beaver Creek* 


19 

23 

27 


Bonsai 

Burt*...- 

Duncan 


31 

36 


Bland* 


11 


41 



DURHAM AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 








25-Mile Siding* 

Holly Springs 

29-Mile Siding 

Wilbon 

Varina.. 

Holland* 

Kennebec 


25 

27 

29 

31 

33 

35 

38 


Angier 

Barclay ville * 

Coats. 

Turlington*. 

Duke 

Dunn 


40 


Oyama* 

9-Mile Siding* 


6 

9 


44 

49 


Togo* 

Carpenter 

Upchurch*. 

Apex 


10 

14 

18 

21 


52 

55 

57 



MILEAGE TABLE 
EAST CAROLINA RAILWAY, 



253 



Tarboro 

West Tarboro 




1 


Pinetops 

Macclesfield 

Waltons* 

Fountains 

Toddy* 


11 

14 

16 

20 

22 


Farmville 

Bynums* 

Patricks* 

Maury 

Hookerton 


26 

30 


Henrietta* 

Stallings* 

Davistown* 


5 

8 

9 


33 

34 

39 



EAST TENNESSEE AND WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD. 

Johnson City, Tenn 

Elk Park, N. C 32 

Cranberry 34 



ELKIN AND ALLEGHANY RAILWAY. 



Elkin 




4 

5 


State Road* 


7 


Thurmond 

Doughton 

Veneer* 


12 


Adsit 

Klondike* 


Currans* 

Parks* 


8 

10 


14 

15 



KINSTON CAROLINA RAILWAY. 



Kinston.. 

Boney* 




4 

6 


Rutledge* 


10 

12 


Pink Hill* 

Sandy Plain Siding* 

Cabin Siding* 

Beaulaville. 


... 20 
25 


Albritton* 


Langston* 


14 

16 


. 27 


Moodysville* 


8 


29 




Lynchburg* 


18 





LAURINBURG AND SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 



Johns 

Carmichael* 

Camps* 

Laurinburg... 




3 

4 

6 


Buchanans* 

Fa=r Ground* 

Blue?* 

Scotch Grove* 


8 

9 

10 

12 


Caimes* 

Shaws*. 

Spring Hill*....-..... 
Wagram 


14 

15 

16 

18 









LAWN DALE RAILWAY. 



Lawndale 

Double Shoals. 



Metcalf's.. 
Weathers*. 



Shelby. 11 



254 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LINVILLE RIVER RAILWAY. 

Cranberry. 

Minneapolis 4 

Tatum Switch*.. . 5 

Vale*.- 6 

Newland 8 

Montezuma 10 

Linville* 12 

LinvilleGap* 18 

Foscoe 22 

Shulls Mills 24 

Laurel* 27 

Hodge's Gap 29 

Boone* 33 

Pineola Branch. 

Montezuma 

Pineola 2 



LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD. 



Murphy 

Old Murphy 




1 


Mauney 

Davis 

Kinsey Quarry 


5 

5 

6 


Channing 

Ranger 

Culberson 

Marietta, Ga 


8 

9 


Renwick 


2 

3 


11 


Lanning 


Kinsey 

Nortla.. 


6 

7 


108 



MADISON COUNTY RAILWAY. 

Runion 

West Runion* 1 

Hurricane * 4 

Belva* (Little Laurel) 8 



MAXTON, ALMA AND SOUTHBOUND RAILROAD. 



Alma.. 


Raemon 

Chalenor* 

Bracy.. 


8 

11 

13 


McCormick Siding* 

Alfords Siding* 

Rowland 


... 14 


Sandy 1 


... 15 


McLeods* 


5 


... 16 



NEW HANOVER TRANSIT COMPANY. 



Wilmington (S. S. line, Wilmington to Doctor's Point) 

Doctor's Point 

Carolina Beach 3 



MILEAGE TABLE 
NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILWAY. 



255 



Winston-Salem to Roanoke, 


Va. 


Madison 


. 32 


Willardville 


11 






Mayodan 


. 34 


Bahama 


14 




. 


Avalon* 


. 35 


Rougemont 


18 




Ogburn* 


- 4 


Stoneville 


. 40 


Lyndover* .... 


19 


Walkertown 


. 9 


Price... 


. 46 


Mount Tirzah* 


22 


Dennis 


. 13 


Roanoke, Va 


122 


Helena.... 


23 


Fulp* 


. 15 






Pick* 


28 


Walnut Cove 


. 18 
. 23 


Durham to Lynchburg. 
Durham 


. 


Roxboro 

Jalong* 


31 


Chisman* 


32 


Pine Hall 


. 24 


Weaver* 


. 6 


Woodsdale 


38 


Sharps* 


. 27 


Fairntosh* 


. 9 


Lynchburg, Va 


117 



PIEDMONT AND NORTHERN RAILWAY. 

Charlotte 

Hoskins* 4 

Pinoca 5 

Thrift- 7 

Mount Holly 11 

Belmont Junction* 13 

Abbey 15 

Belmont. 16 

Mc Adens ville 16 

LowelL... 18 

Ranlo* 20 

Spencer Mountain * 22 

Gastonia 24 



RALEIGH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD. 



Lumberton 

Pope*. . 




.. 3 


Proctorville 

Barnesville 

Flowers*... 


10 

15 

18 


Marietta 

Marion S. C 


20 

41 


Kingsdale* 


5 





RANDOLPH AND CUMBERLAND RAILROAD. 



Cameron 





KeUys* 


7 


Parkwood* 


17 


Bynum* 


li 


Carthage 


10 


Hall^son.... 


19 


Stones* 


5 


Moonshaunee* 


15 


McConnell 


23 



ROANOKE RAILWAY. 

Thelma "0 

Gaston* U 

Vultare* 4 

Horners * 5^ 

ROANOKE RIVER RAILWAY. 

Manson 

Drewry 4 

Townsville 12 



256 



N. C. CORPORATIOISr COMMISSION 
ROCKINGHAM RAILROAD. 



Leak* 





Entle 


7 


Ghio*. 


17 


Hutch.... 


2 


Kael 


8 


Skippers* 


19 


Rockingham 


3 


Morrison* 


10 


Gibson 


22 


Lerawa 


5 


Marfree* 


13 







SMOKY MOUNTAIN RAILWAY. 

Ritter* 

Proctor. .._ 4.1 

Sugar Fork* 9 

Bone Valley* 9.6 



TENNESSEE AND NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD. 

Newport Junction, Tenn 

Mount Sterling* 20 

Laurel Fork Junction, N. C* 20 

Crestmont 21 

Pigeon River Division. 



West Canton 





Woodrow 

Retreat* 

Inman* 


6 

8 

11 


Sunburst... 


13 


Stamey* 


2 

4 


15 


Moore* 


Spruce* 


17 



VIRGINIA-CAROLINA RAILWAY. 



Allen* 

Tuckerdale. .. 




4.4 

7 

8.3 


Warrensville 

West Jefferson 


11 

15.9 


Bowie 

Riverside* 

Elkland 


25.& 

.. 31.9 


Lansing* 

Berlin* 


Hamilton* 

Donation 


18.4 

21.4* 


35.7 



VIRGINIA AND CAROLINA SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 



Hope Mills to Lumberton. 




Bee Gee*. 

Lumberton* 


24 

27 


St. Paul to Elizabethtown. 




Hope Mills 



5 




28 


St. Paul 

Dundee* 





Roslin* 






4 


McMillan* 


8 






Tobemory* 


6 


Campbell's Mill* 


9 






Duart* 


9 


Oakland*.. 


10 






Tar Heel 


14 


St. Paul..-.. 


13 






Perth* 


16 


Smith's Siding*.. 


14 






Dublin 


20 


Rozier*. 


16 






Berwick* 


24 


Powers* 


22 






Elizabethtown 


27 



Warren Pla 
Warrenton. 



WARRENTON RAILROAD. 



MILEAGE TABLE 
WASHINGTON AND VANDEMERE RAILROAD. 



257 



Washington 

Porter Junction*.. _. 




. . 3 


Stilleys 

Edwards 

Standard Lumber Co.... 

Guilford* 

Bonner's Siding* 

Thompson's Siding* 

Aurora 


.. 20 
-- 23 
.. 24 
.. 26 

.. 27 
... 27 
- 29 


Royall* 

Leach's Siding* 

Dixon* 

Hudnell's Spur* 

Cash Corner*.. 

Vandemere 


31 

32 


Wilford 

McConnell* 


4 

10 

13 


32 

35 

39 


Blount Creek* 


18 


40 



WATAUGA AND YADKIN RIVER RAILWAY. 



North WUkesboro 


.... 


Goulds* 


13 


Middle Cane* 


30 


Gordon* 


.... 1 


Ferguson* 


16 


Roger's Mill* 


35 


Browns Ford* 


5 


Elkville* 


19 


Council* 


43 


Minton* 


.... 7 


Grandin 


21 


Blowing Rock Junction*.. 


45 


Goshen* 


.... 9 


Denny* 


23 


Boone* 


50 


Marly Ford* 


11 


Darby* 


27 











WELLINGTON AND POWELLSVILLE RAILROAD. 



Ahoskie 




5 


Cremo* 


8 

11 


Butlers* 

Windsor 


19 

22 




Askewville* 


13 





WILMINGTON, BRUNSWICK AND SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 



Navassa 

Lanvale* 

El Paso* 




6 

7 


Winnabow* 

Brunswick* 

Bolivia 

Loughlin* 


11 

13 

17 

20 


Goresville* 

Coolvale* 

Atwood* 

Southport 


23 

24 

26 


Town Creek* 


10 


30 



WINSTON-SALEM SOUTHBOUND RAILWAY. 





.- 


High Rock* 


37 


Porters* 


65 
69 


South Winston-Salem 


.. 2 


Reid 


40 


Norwood.. 


Charity 


.. 5 


Ball Mountain 


41 


Hathcock Siding* 


71 


EUer*... 


.. 10 


Newsom* 


43 


Cedar Hill* 


74 


Welcome* 


.. 14 


Reeves* 


45 


Ansonville 


77 


Michael.. 


.. 18 


Tuckertown 


46 


Forsyth Mfg, Co. Siding*.. 


80 


Lexington 


.. 20 


Whitney* 


48 


Cox-Bennett* 


82 


Cotton Grove* 


.. 26 


George's Spur* 


51 


Ledbetter Siding* 


82 


Southmont 


.. 32 


Palestine* 


54 


Pinkston*... 


83 


Bruners* 


.. 35 


Albemarle 


59 


Wadesboro 


90 



*No agent. 



Part 1—17 



PART TWO 



PART TWO 



ASSESSMENT FOR TAXATION FOR YEARS 1917 AND 1918 OF RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, 
EXPRESS, SLEEPING CAR, REFRIGERATOR, STEAMBOAT AND CANAL COMPANIES. 

COMPILATION FROM ANNUAL STATISTICAL REPORTS OF ALL RAILROAD COMPANIES OPERATING 

IN NORTH CAROLINA, SHOWING CAPITALIZATION, OPERATING REVENUES, ETC., 

FOR YEARS ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1916 AND 1917. 

REPORT OF CONDITIONS OF STATE BANKS, ETC. 



Part II— 1 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



STATEMENT OF ASSESSMENT PUBLIC SERVICE 
CORPORATIONS 



RECAPITULATION, 





Mileage 1917 


Mileage 1918 


1917 


1918 




Main 
Line 


Sidings 


Main 
Line 


Sidings 


Valuation 


Valuation 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad ... 

Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Norfolk Southern Railroad, A. 
and N. C. Division 


950.81 
688.31 

95.00 
609.92 
590.08 
773.99 
1,250.55 


308.92 
102.50 

25.30 
247.33 
157.94 
223.04 
210.46 


950.80 
694,326 

95.91 

609,918 

590.08 

773.98 

1,238.52 


308.92 
129.00 

27.31 
247.33 
157.94 
223.04 
216.71 


$34,645,345 
7,227,255 

1,479,055 
20,125,000 
25,907,719 
23,817,133 
12,235,315 


$ 34,645,345 
7,227,255 

1,479,055 


Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Southern Railway — owned lines. 
Southern Railway — leased lines. 


20,125,000 
25,907,719 
23,817,133 
12,185,911 






Total, railroads 


4,958.66 


1,275.49 


4,953.534 


1,310.25 


125,436,822 


125,387.418 







Total Valuation 



1917 



1918 



Electric light, street railway, and gas companies, 

Bridge and canal companies 

Private car lines 

Steamboat companies 

Flume and turnpike companies 

Telephone companies 

Waterworks companies 

Southern Express Company 

Pullman Company 

Telegraph companies 

Totals 

Grand totals 



$ 10,951,850 

90,980 

64,550 

95,750 

211,565 

3,119,223 

163,515 

650,000 

487,226 

997,287 



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93.920 

62,750 

90.500 

20.747 

3.253.293 

166,260 

70,246 

487,226 

997.287 



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142,078,768 



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Statement Showing Total Assessed Value of all Railroads and Railroad Property in the 
by the Corporation Commission for the Years 1917 and 1918. 



as Determined 





1917 


1918 




Valuation 


Value 
per Mile 


Valuation 


Value 
per Mile 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 


$ 34,645,345 
7,227,255 

1,479,055 
20,125,000 
25,907,719 

10,000 

10,000 

1,034,828 

2,195,340 

219,534 

1,975,806 

41,700 

71,600 

367,445 

15,636,703 

1,207,437 

12,282 

349,059 
33,. 391 
108,333 
273,649 
270.026 


$ 36,437.71 
10,500.00 

15,569.00 
32,996.13 
43,905.43 

4,424.78 
4,694.84 
24,697.56 
50,829.82 
9,978.81 
12,265.99 
3,000.00 
8,000.00 

13,720.87 
70,056.91 

22,556.26 
3,292.76 

5,488.35 
3,293.00 
7,471.24 
6,499.98 
6,586.00 


$34,645,345 

7,227,255 

1,479,055 
20,125,000 
25,907,719 

10,000 

10,000 

1,034,828 

2,195,340 

219,534 

1,975,806 

41,700 

71,600 

367,445 


$ 36,438.09 




10,409.02 


Norfolk Southern Railroad, A. and N. C. 


15,421.28 


Seaboard Air Line Railway 


32,996.20 


Southern Railway — owned lines.. 


43,905.43 


Southern Railway— leased lines: 
Asheville and Craggy Mountain Railway . 
Asheville Southern Railway 


4,424.78 
4,694.84 


Asheville and Spartanburg Railroad 

Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line Railway... 
Atlantic and Danville Railway 


24,697.50 

50,829.82 

9,978.81 


Atlantic and Yadkin Railway 


12,265.99 


Carolina, Tennessee, and Southern Railway 
Danville and Western Railway 


3,000.00 
8,000.00 


High Point, Randlenian, Asheboro and 
Southern Railroad. 


13.720.87 


North Carolina Railroad 


15,636,703 70,056.91 


North Carolina Midland Railroad 


1,207,437 22,556.26 


North and South Carolina Railroad 

South Carolina and Geor.gia Extension 
Railroad . 


12,282 3,292.76 
349,059 5,488.35 


State University Railroad 


33,391 3,293.00 


Tallulah Falls Railway. 


108,333 7.471.24 


Transylvania Railroad 


273,649 
270,026 


6,499.98 


Yadkin Railroad. .. . 


6,586.00 






Total, Southern Railway— leased 


23,817,133 30,771.88 


23,817,133 


30,771.88 


Total, Southern Railway— owned and 
leased 


49,724,852 i 36,453.29 


49,724,852 


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Aberdeen and Rockfish Railroad 


$ 177,000 : $ 3,000.00 
21,735 1 3,500.00 
31,700 ! 5,000.00 
14,295 1,500.00 
84,000 3,500.00 
98,638 4,217.10 
33,000 3,000.00 

567,000 i 6,494.85 

121,835 3,500.00 
66,720 6,000.00 
2,798,735 24,000.81 
45,50i 3,500.00 
21,333 4,266.60 
61,000 2,500.00 

149,520 i 4,000.00 
1,251,140 22,000.00 

110,000 ; 2,997.28 

31,800 10,000.00 
52,500 3,500.00 
55,000 i 1,718.75 


$ 177,000 

21,735 

31,700 

14,295 

84,000 

98,638 

33,000 

567,000 

121,835 

'66,720 

2,798,736 

45,500 

21,333 

61,000 

149,520 

1,251,140 

110,000 

31,800 
52,500 
55,000 


$ 3,000.00 


Appalachian Railway... 


2,217.85 


Asheville and East Tennessee Railroad 

Atlantic and Carolina Railroad 


5,000.00 
1,500.00 


Atlantic and Western Railroad. ... 


3,500.00 


Black Mountain Railway. 


4,217.10 


Bonlee and Western Railway 


3 182.25 


Carolina and Northwestern Railway 

Carolina and Yadkin River Railway 

Carolina, Atlantic and Western Railway... 
Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway... 
Carolina Railroad 


6,494.85 
3,500.00 
6,000.00 
24,000.81 
3,500.00 


Cliffside Railroad 


4,266.66 


Dover and Southbound Rai'road. . 


2,500.00 


Durham and South Carolina Railroad 

Durham and Southern Railroad 


4,030.19 
22,000.00 


East Carolina Railway. . 


2,997.28 


East Tennessee and Western North Caro- 
lina Railroad 


10,000.00 
3,500.00 


Elkin and Alleghany Railway 


Kinston-Carolina Railroad 


1,718.75 



N. C. COKPORATION COMMISSION 
RAILROADS— Continued. 



Laurinburg and Southern Railroad 

Lawndale Railway and Industrial Co 

Linville River Railway 

Louisville and Nashville Railroad 

Madison County Railway 

Maxton, Alma and Southbound Railroad. . 

Mount Airy and Eastern Railway. 

New Hanover Transit Co 

Norfolk and Western Railway. 

Northampton and Hertford Railroad 

Piedmont and Northern Railroad 

Piedmont and Northern Railroad — Bel- 
mont Spur 

Raleigh and Charleston Railroad 

Randolph and Cumberland Railway 

Red Springs and Bowmore Railroad 

Roanoke Railway ._ 

Roanoke River Railway 

Rockingham Railroad- 

Smoky Mountain Railway 

Tennessee and North Carolina Railroad... 
Virginia and Carol ina Southern Railroad.. 

Virginia-Carolina Railway 

Warrenton Railroad 

Washington and Vandemere Railroad 

Watauga and Yadkin River Railroad 

Wellington and Powells ville Railroad 

Wilmington, Brunswick and Southern 

Railroad 

Winston-Salem Southbound Railway 

Totals — miscellaneo us .. 

Totals— all lines 



1917 



Valuation 



144,000 

20,000 

47,200 

79,260 

35,000 

37,875 

10,000 

5,450 

2,227,995 

20,000 

468,800 

9,570 

130,000 

50,000 

15.000 

19,740 

38,500 

74,900 

24,000 

72,000 

218,625 

244,110 

18,000 

90,000 

116,800 

55,000 

80,534 
2,104,800 



Value 
per Mile 



12,249,610 



125,451,117 



8,000.00 
2,207.50 
2,000.00 
6,022.79 
3,500.00 
2,500.00 
2,000.00 
1,542.85 

24,802.35 
2,500.00 

20,000.00 

3,000.00 
6,262.04 
2,222.22 
1,363.63 
3,500.00 
3,850.00 
3,500.00 
2,500.00 
4,247.79. 
3,993.15 
6,011.08 
6,000.00 
2,250.00 
4,000.00 
2,500.00 

2,666.69 
24,000.00 



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Valuation 



144,000 

20,000 

47,500 

79,260 

24,500 

37,875 

10,000 

5,450 

2,227,995 

20,000 

468,800 

9,570 
130.000 
50,000 



19,740 



74,900 
24,000 
72,000 
218,625 
244,110 
18,000 
90,000 
116,800 
55,000 

80,534 
2,104,800 



Value 
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9,721.29 12,185,911 



25,250.87 125,387,418 



8,000.00 
2,207.50 
2,000.00 
6,022.79 
3,500.00 
2,500.00 
2,000.00 
1,542.85 

24,802.35 
2,500.00 

20,000.00 

3,000.00 
6,262.04 
2,222.22 



3,500.00 



3,500.00 
2,492.21 
4,247.79 
3,993.15 
6,011.08 
6,000.00 
2,273.30 
4,000.00 
2,500.00 

2,666.69 
24,000.00 



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ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY 



Year Ending December 31, 1916. 
OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President .... _ 


J. R. Kenly 


Wilmington, N. C. 






Wilmington, N. C. 




R. A. Brand 


Wilmington, N. C. 




H. L. Borden.... 


New York, N. Y. 


Treasurer 


James F. Post 


Wilmington, N. C. 


General Counsel 


George B. Elliott 


Wilmington, N. C. 


Comptroller 


H. C. Prince 


Wilmington, N. C. 


General Manager 


P. R. Albright 


Wilmington, N. C. 


Chief Engineer 


J. E. Willoughby . 


Wilmington, N. C. 


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1st Div., W. H. Newell 


Rocky Mount, N. C. 


General Superintendents .. •< 


2d Div., R. A. McCranie 

3d Div., J. C. Murchison 

C. J. Joseph 


Savannah, Ga. 


Tax Agent . 


Wilmington, N. C. 
Wilmington, N. C. 









DIRECTORS. 

George C. Jenkins, Baltimore, Md.; Waldo Newcomer, Baltimore, Md. ; Warren Delano, New York, 
N. Y.; F. B. Adams, New York, N. Y.; M. F. Plant, New York, N. Y.; F. W. Scott, Richmond, Va.; 
E. B. Borden, Goldsboro, N. C; Donald MacRae, Wilmington, N. C; George B. Elliott, Wilmington, 
N. C, W. W. Mackall, Savannah, Ga.; H. L. Borden, New York, N. Y. 

ROAD OPERATED. 



State of North Carolina (miles). 
Entire line (miles) 



1,041.53 
4,702.90 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



Entire Line 



Capital stock.- 

Capital stock, per mile. 

Funded debt. 

Funded debt, per mile 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of equipment 

Cost of equipment, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile :. 

Operating revenue 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile... 

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Total passenger train service revenue 

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Total number passengers carried earning revenue 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile 

Revenue from other sources 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile 

Taxes paid 

Employees: number, 18,765; total compensation.. 



$68,754,700.00 

14,678.00 

138,426,635.00 

29,553.00 

140,678,576.52 

30,033.00 

39,534,836.52 

8,440.00 

38,473.00 

37,322,085.42 

24,060,605.21 

13,261,480.21 

7,895.41 

5,089.97 

25,184,952.15 

11,232,099.69 

5,327.83 

8,115,053 

$ 2.376.13 

905,033.58 

.02203 

1,843,410.00 

13,776,474.87 



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Carolina 



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14,678.00 

*30,794,226.00 

29,553.00 

*31,294,386.00 

30,033.00 

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'8,440.00 

38,473.00 

10,217,647.65 

6,587,793.71 

3,629,853.94 

9,823.24 

6,333.50 

7,337.663.24 

2,704,297.03 

7,054.43 

2,676,097 

$ 2,599.91 

175,687.38 

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ATLAXTIC COAST LIXE RAILEOAD 



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Yeab Exdixg December 31, 1917. 
OFFICERS. 



Title 



Name 



Official Address 



Wilmington, X. C. 

Wilmington, X. C. 

Wilmington, X. C. 

Xew York, X. Y. 

Wilmington, X. C. 

Wilmington, X. C. 

Wilmington, X. C. 

Wilmington, X. C. 

Wilmington, X. C. 

1st Div., W. H. Xewell Rocky Mount, X. C. 

2d Div., R. A. McCranie Savannah. Ga. 

[ 3d Div., J. C. Murchison Jacksonville, Fla. 

Tax Agent C. J. Joseph Wilmington. X. C. 



President J. R. Kenly 

Vice-President H. L. Borden 

Vice-President Lyman Delano.. . 

Vice-President- R. A. Brand 

Secretary.. H. L. Borden 

Treasurer.. John T. Reid 

General Counsel George B. Elliott. 

Comptroller.- H. C. Prince 

General Manager R. R. Albright 

Chief Engineer J. E. Willoughby. 



General Superintendents. 



DIRECTORS. 

H. Walters. Xew York, X. Y.; George C. Jenkins. Baltimore, Md.; Waldo Xewcomer, Baltimore 
Md.; Warren Delano, Xew York, X. Y.; F. B. Adams, Xew York, X. Y.; M. F. Plant. Xew York, X. Y. 
F. W. Scott, Richmond, Va.; E. B. Borden, Goldsboro, X. C; Donald MacRae. Wilmington, X. C. 
George B. Elliott, Wilmington, X. C, W. W. Mackall, Savannah, Ga.; H. L. Borden, Xew York, X. Y. 
J. R. Kenly, Wilmington, X. C. 

ROAD OPERATED. 



State of Xorth Carolina (miles). 
Entire line (miles) 



1,047.56 
4.780.64 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



Entire Line 



State of 

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Carolina 



Capital stock $68,756,100.00 .$*15.279.950.00 

Capital stock per mile. 14,650.00 14,650.00 

Funded debt 143,193,745.00 *31,824,016.00 

Funded debt, per mile 30,512.00 30.512.00 

Cost of road 142,277,000.15 *31, 620. 631.00 

Cost of road, per mile 30,317.00 30,317.00 

Cost of equipment 42,613,430.66 *9, 470. 440. 00 

Cost of equipment, per rrdle... - - 9.080.00 9,080.00 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile-.. 39,396.6.5 39,396.00 

Operating revenue 44,063,331.25 11,584,617.49 

Operating expenses 29,773,994.91 7,827,881.00 

Xet operating revenue 14,289,336.34 3,756,736.49 

Operating revenue, per mile 9,217.04 11,060.78 

Operating expenses, per mile 6,228.04 7,473.92 

Total freight revenue 28,960,412.65 8,005,083.19 

Total passenger train service revenue 14,075,238.27 3,403,392.05 

Freight revenue, per nule 6.057.85 7,643.11 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue 9,658,140 2,928,409 

Passenger ser\'ice train revenue, per nule $ 2,944.22 $ 3,249.59 

Revenue from other sources 1,027,680.33 176,142.25 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile .02236 .02255 

Taxes paid 2,264,000.00 487,028.00 

Employees: Number, 18,693; total compensation 16,037,164.00 



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NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD COMPANY 



Year Ending December 31, 1916. 
OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 






Norfolk, Va. 


Vice-President 


R. H. Swartwont 


New York N Y 


Secretary 


Morris S. Hawkins 


Norfolk Va 


Treasurer 


M. Manly 


Norfolk Va 


General Counsel . - . - - 


Johne, Larkin & Rathb.one 

W. B. Rodman 


New York N Y 


General Solicitor - . _-.-... 


Norfolk Va 


General Auditor 


J. C. Nelms, Jr. 


Norfolk Va 






Norfolk, Va 




F. L. Nicholson. . 


Norfolk, Va 




J. W. Sasser 


Norfolk Va 


General Superintendent 


J. D. Stack... 


Norfolk Va. 











ROAD OPERATED. 








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North 
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Total 


Norfolk, Va. 


Charlotte. N. C, and branches 


792.24 


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Entire Line 



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Carolina 



Capital stock 

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Cost of equipment 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

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Operating expenses 

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Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

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Total passenger train service revenue... 

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Taxes paid 

Employees: Number, 2,068; total compensation.. 



$16,000,000.00 

17,626.77 

17,261,520.89 

19,016.56 

24,981,920.26 

3,835,405.36 

36,292.49 

4,939,172.28 

3,272,199.85 

1,666,972.43 

5,441.35 

3,604.90 

3,463,158.34 

1,370,986.64 

3,815.27 

2,887,231 

$ 1,510.38 

105,027.30 

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159,910.73 

1,978,249.81 



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17,626.77 

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19,016.56 

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38,575.34 

4,290,997.47 

2,787,348.45 

1,503,649.02 

5,416.28 

3,518.31 

3,091,111.79 

1,116,181.91 

3,901.74 

2,519,975 

1,408.89 

83,703.77 

.01756 

110,717.53 



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NOEFOLK SOrTHEKX KAILEOAD 



NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD COMPANY 



Year Exding December 31, 1917. 
OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President 

General Superintendent 

Secretary 


. J.H.Young. 

. J. D. Stack 

Ar S. Hawkini? 


Norfolk, Va. 
Norfolk, Va. 
Norfolk, Va. 


Treasurer— 

Traffic Manager 


. M. Manly. 

. E. D. Kyle 


Norfolk, Va. 
Norfolk, Va. 



Philip Allen, Providence. R. I.; 
N. Y.; E. C. Duncan, Raleigh. N. C. 



DIRECTORS. 

Henry W- Bull, New York, N. Y.; Lewis L. Clarke, New York 
: C. E. Foy. New Bern. N. C; Harold J. Gross. Providence, R. I.; 



J. W. Harriman. New York. N. Y.; B. A. Jackson. Providence. R. I. 
Adrian H. Larkin. New York, N. Y.; S M. Nicholson, Providence. R. 
R. H. Swartwont, New York, N. Y.; F. A. Sayles, Saylesville, R. I. 
N. Y.; J. T. Terry. New York, N. Y.; J. H. Young, Norfolk, Va. 

ROAD OPERATED. 



; A. W. Krech, New York, N. Y. 
I.; M. J. Perry, Providence, R. L 
; S. L. Schoonmaker, New York 



FROM- 



TO- 



Miles 



North 
Carolina 



Total 



Norfolk, Va... 


Charlotte, N. C, and branches. . 


792.24 907.71 








CAPITAL STOCK. ETC. 


' ! State of 
Entire Line ' North 
Carolina 



Capital stock $16,000,000.00 $»13,964,632.00 

Capital stock, per mile 17.626.77 17,626.77 

Funded debt 1S,005,SOO.OO •15,615,276.00 

Funded debt, per mile 19,&:36.51 19,836.51 

Cost of road 24,772,679.18 *21, 621,-5.39. 00 

Cost of road, per mile 27,291.40 27,291.40 

Cost of equipment 3,727,958.85 •2,253,721.00 

Cost of equipment, per mile 4,106.99 4,106.99 

Cost of road and equipment, per nule 31,398.39 31,398.39 

Operating revenue 5,299,913.71 4,625,764.69 

Operating expenses 3,680,368.17 ' 3,212,225.34 

Net operating revenue 1,619,545.54 j 1,413,539.35 

Operating revenue, per nule 5,838.77 | 5,838.77 

Operating expenses, per nule 4,054.56 i 4,0-54.56 

Total freight revenue 3.709.597.11 ; 3.237,736.36 

Total passenger train service revenue , 1,470,787.33 j 1,279,797.18 

Freight revenue, per mile 4,086.76 ' 4,(^.76 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue 3,016,958 i 2,633,201 

Passenger service train revenue, per nule $ 1,615.40!$ 1,615.40 

Revenue from other so\irces.. 119,529.27 ' 108,231.15 

-Average receipts per passenger, per nule .0196 j .0196 

Taxes paid I 126,362.80 

Employeesf: Number— general officers. 29; office clerks, 379; station agents. 147; other station men 
834; enginemen, 65; firemen, 49; conductors, 64; other trainmen, 143; machinists. 63; carpenters, 74; 
other shopmen. 281; telegraph operators. 11; section foremen, 114; other trackmen. 337; other emplovees 
494; total. 3.084. 

*On mileage basis. fEntire line. 



24 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



ATLANTIC AND NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY 



(Leased by Norfolk Southern Railroad Co.) 
OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Addrese 


President— 


S. M. Brinson 




General Auditor... 


Stacy Wade 


Morehead City, N. C. 
Goldsboro, N C 


Secretary-Treasurer ... 


T. W. Slocumb 


General Counsel 


J. H. Davis.- 


New Bern, N C 


Expert. 


A E Rountree 


Kinston N C 









DIRECTORS. 

Dempsey Wood, Kinston, N. C; T. G. Hyman, New Bern, N. C; G. P. Folk, Raleigh, N. C. 
W. B. Drake, Jr., Raleigh, N. C; W. H. McElwee, Raleigh, N. C; D. W. Patrick, Snow Hill, N. C, 
C. S. Wallace, Morehead City, N. C; J. K. Dixon, Trenton, N. C; D. C. McCotter, Cash Corner, N.C. 
C. E. Taylor, Wilmington, N. C; L. H. Cotter, New Bern, N. C; S. M. Brinson, New Bern, N. C. 



ROAD OPERATED. 



•Goldsboro, N. C, to Morehead City, N. C. (miles). 



95.00 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



1916 



1917 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt.. 

Funded debt, per mile 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile. 

Employees: Number— general officers 
Total compensation 



$ 1,797,200.00 

18,917.00 

325,000.00 

3,421.00 

2,122,200.00 

22,338,94 

4 

$ 550.00 



1,797,200.00 

18,917.00 

325,000.00 

3,421.00 

2,122,200.00 

22,338.94 

4 

750.00 



Note. — Operating revenue, expenses, taxes, etc., included in report of Norfolk Sauthern Railroad. 



SEABOAKD AIR LINE EAILROAD 



25 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY COMPANY 

Yeab Ending Decembek 31, 1916. 
OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President ... 


W. J. Harahan.. . 


Norfolk, Va. 


First Vice-President 


Charles R. Capps 


Norfolk, Va. 


Vice-President . . 


W. R. Bonsai 


Hamlet, N. C. 




W. L. Seddon 


Norfolk, Va. 




D. C. Porteous— - 






Robert L. Nutt 






Legh R. Watts ... 






H. W. McKenzie - .-. 




Chief Engineer. 


W. D. Faucette 


Norfolk, Va. 


Mechanical Superintendent— 


J. W. Small 




C. S. Lake 


Norfolk, Va. 









DIRECTORS. 

S. Davies Warfield, Baltimore, Md.; Milton E. Ailes, Washington, D. C; James A. Blair, New 
York, N. Y.; Franklin Q. Brown, New York, N. Y.; Charles R. Capps, Norfolk, Va.; F. N. B. Close, 
New York, N. Y.; James C. Colgate, New York, N. Y.; Samuel L. Fuller, New York, N. Y.; W. J. 
Harahan, Norfolk, Va.; Wilson S. Kinnear, New York, N. Y.; MiUs B. Lane, Savannah, Ga.; L. F. 
Loree, New York, N. Y.; Robert F. Maddox, Atlanta, Ga.; J. William Middendorf, Baltimore, Md.; 
Robert C. Ream. New York, N. Y.; Fergus Reid, Norfolk, Va.; W, T. Rosen, New York, N. Y.; Charles 
H. Sabin. New York, N. Y.; Townsend Scott, Baltimore, Md.; J. P. Taliaferro, Jacksonville, Fla.; 
George W. Watts, Durham, N. C; A. H. Wiggin, New York, N. Y.; A. H. Woodard, Birmingham, Ala.; 
B. F. Yoakum, New York, N. Y. 



ROAD OPERATED. 



State of North Carolina (miles). 
Entire line (miles) 



628.03 
3,451.34 



26 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt— 

Funded debt, per mile.. 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of equipment : 

Cost of equipment, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile 

Revenue from other sources.. 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile.. 

Taxes paid 

Employees: Number, 15,768; total compensation. 



Entire Line 



$60, 
126, 
155, 

25, 



950,800.00 

18,017.00 

218,521.54 

37,309.00 

453,866.01 

45,951.00 

520,224.33 

7,543.00 

53,494.00 

184,487.25 

531,906.67 

652,580.58 

7,586.32 

5,079.44 

211,895.48 

022,703.66 

5,276.45 

4,758,025 

2,034.66 

949,888.11 

.02137 

277,817.78 

471,965.99 



State of 

North 

Carolina 



8*11,278,642.00 

18,017.00 

♦23,355,434.00 

37,309.00 

*28,765,326.00 

45,951.00 

*4, 721, 918. 00 

7,543.00 

53,494.00 

7,536,155.92 

4,182,003.81 

3,354,152.11 

11,999.67 

6,658.92 

5,488,366.59 

1,905,912.37 

8,739.02 

1,280,482 

$ 3,034.75 

141,876.96 

.02137 

321,138.63 



*0n mileage basis. 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD 



27 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY COMPANY 

Year ending December 31, 1917. 
OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President 


W J. Harahan 


Norfolk, Va. 


First Vice-President 


Charles R. Capps.. 


Norfolk, Va. 




W. L. Seddon. 


Norfolk, Va. 




W. P. Bonsai 


Hamlet, N. C. 


Secretary 


D. C. Porteous 


New York, N. Y. 


Treasurer 


Robert L. Nutt 


Portsmouth, Va. 


General Counsel 


E. M. Underwood 


Portsmouth, Va. 


C omptr oiler 


H. W McKenzie 


Portsmouth, Va. 




W. D Faucette 


Norfolk, Va. 


Mechanical Superintendent 


J. W. Small-... 


Portsmouth, Va. 


General Manager 


L. C. Fritch 


Norfolk, Va. 









DIRECTORS. 

S. Davies Warfield, Baltimore, Md.; Milton E. Ailes, Washington, D. C; James A. Blair, New 
York, N. Y.; Franklin Q. Brown, New York, N. Y.; Charles R. Capps, Norfolk, Va.; F. N. B. Close, 
New York, N. Y.; James C Colgate, New York, N. Y.; Samuel L. Fuller, New York, N. Y.; W. J. 
Harahan, Norfolk, Va. ; Mills B. Lane, Savannah, Ga. ; L. F. Loree, New York, N. Y. ; Robert F. Mad- 
dox, Atlanta, Ga.; J. William Middendorf, Baltimore, Md.; Robert C. Ream, New York, N. Y.; Fergus 
Reid, Norfolk, Va.; W. T. Rosen, New York, N. Y.; Charles H. Sabin, New York, N. Y.; Townsend 
Scott, Baltimore, Md.; J. P. Taliaferro, Jacksonville, Fla.; George W. Watts, Durham, N. C; A. H. 
Wiggin, New York, N. Y.; A. H. Woodard, Birmingham, Ala.; B. F. Yoakum, New York, N. Y.; W. R. 
Bonsai, Hamlet, N. C; Pierpont V. Davis, New York, N. Y. 



ROAD OPERATED. 



State of North Carolina (miles). 
Entire line (miles) 



628.03 
3,461.34 



28 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 





Entire Line 


State of 

North 

Carolina 


Capital stock .- . .. . 


S60,950,800.00 

18,017,00 

131,380,360.22 

38,835.00 

162,215,216.68 

47,955.00 

26,362,030.03 

7,792.00 

55,739.31 

30,345,146.01 

21,717,177,86 

8,627,968.15 

8,766.88 

6,274.21 

19,674,328,12 

9,599,791.48 

5,684.02 

5,313,345 

$ 2,773.43 

1,071,026.41 

,00244 

1,380,253.03 

12,777,332.33 


$*11,278,642.00 
18 017.00 


Capital stock, per mile .. 


Funded debt -.. 


*24,310,710.00 
38,835.00 


Funded debt, per mile 




*30,019,830.00 
47,955.00 




Cost of equipment 


♦4,877,792.00 


Cost of equipment, per mile.— 


7,792.00 


Cost of road and equipment, per mile. 


55,757,00 


Operating revenue 


8 772 875 70 


Operating expenses 


5,310,467.75 


Net operating revenue 


3,462,407.95 


Operating revenue, per mile. . 


13,968.88 


Operating expenses, per mile . . .. 


8,455.75 


Total freight revenue . ..... 


5,980.803.74 


Total passenger train service revenue.- --.-.. 


2,623,613.15 


Freight revenue, per mile.. .. . 


9,523.12 


Total number passengers carried earning revenue 


1,451,159 




$ 4,177.53 


Revenue from other sources 


168,458.81 




. 02244 


Taxes paid 


309,975.41 


Employees: Number, 17,837; total compensation 









SOUTHEKN KAILWAY 



29 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY 

Year Ending December 31, 1916. 
OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President 


Fairfax Harrison 


Washington, D. C. 


Vice-President 


J. M. Gulp.. 


Washington, D. C. 


Vice-President 


T. C. Powell 


Cincinnati, Ohio 


Vice-President 


H. B. Spencer 


Washington, D. C. 


Vice-President 


E. H. Coapman 


Washington, D. C. 




H. W. Miller 


Atlanta, Ga. 




F. S. Wynn 


New York, N. Y. 




H. C. Ansley 


Washington, D. C. 






New York, N. Y. 




Alfred P. Thorn 


Washington, D. C. 




L. E. Jeffries... 


Washington, D. C. 












Washington, D. C. 




A. H. Plant 


Washington, D, C. 




E. H. Kemper... 


Washington, D. C. 




H. H. Laughton 


Washington, D. C. 






Washington, D. C. 




W. H. Wells-.. 


Washington, D. C. 


Chief Engineer of M. W. and S 




Washington, D. C. 


General Superintendent M. P. and Equip- 




Washington, D. C. 




R. E. Simpson..* 




General Superintendent 


G. R. Loyall 


Knoxville, Tenn. 




W. N. Foreacre 


Charlotte, N. C. 




J. H. StanfieL... 






B. G. Fallis 




Freight Traffic Manager 




Washington, D. C. 


Pasf^enger Traffic Manager 


W. H. Tayloe 


Washington, D. C. 


General Passenger Agent 


H. F. Gary 


Washington, D. C. 


Commissioner Industrial and Agri- 


M. V. Richards 


Washington D. C. 









DIRECTORS. 

Edwin A. Aldermao. Charlottsville.Va.; Robert Jemison, Birmingham, Ala.; John C. Kilgo, Char- 
lotte, N. C; Charles Steele, 23 Walnut St., New York, N. Y.; H. B. Spencer, Washington, D. C; Fair- 
fax Harrison, Washington, D. C; R. M. Gallaway, 68 E. 55th St., New York, N. Y.; John W. Grant, 
Atlanta, Ga.; Adrian Iselin, 36 Wall St., New York, N. Y.; Charles Lanier, 59 Cedar St., New York, 
N. Y.; J. Kerr Branch. Richmond, Va., one vacancy. 





ROAD OPERATED. 




State of North Carolina (miles) 


1,338.18 


Entire line (miles) .. 


7,004.28 





30 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION- 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



Entire Line 



State of 

North 

Carolina 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt 

Funded debt, per mile. 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of equipment--. ..- 

Cost of equipment, per mile. -.- - 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue - 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue • 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile- 

Total freight revenue.-: 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile. 

Revenue from other sources 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile 

Taxes paid 

Employees: Number, 39,107; total compensation.. 



$185,650,200.00 

43,149.77 

241,507,500.00 

56,132.42 

333,829,527.41 

77,590.38 

65,253,576.10 

15,166.57 

91,058.23 

75,554,651.59 

49,024,967.09 

26,529,684.50 

10,786.93 

6,999.29 

50,976,994.65 

21,906,841.30 

7,277.98 

17,304,129 

$ 3,127.64 

2,670,815.64 

.02144 

3,262,107.95 

30,733,419.61 



$*25,520, 

43, 

*33,199, 

56, 

*45,890, 

77, 

*8.970, 

15, 

91, 

17,288. 

10,679, 

6,609, 

12, 

7, 

12,316. 

4,668, 

9, 

4,( 

$ 3, 

303 



776 



931.47 
149.77 
,519.81 
,132.42 
,830.25 
,590.38 
,267.83 
,166.57 
,058.23 
.545.93 
,359.17 
,186.76 
,919.45 
,980.51 
.857.97 
,517.87 
,204.19 
616,872 
,488.71 
,170.09 
.02201 
,073.82 



*Mileage basis. 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY 



31 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY 



Year Ending December 31, 1917. 
OFFICERS. 



Title 




Official Address 



President... 

Vice-President 

Vice-President- ._ . 

Vice-President 

Vice-President..^... 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer _. 

General Counsel at New York.. 

General Counsel at Washington 

General Counsel at Louisville 

Comptroller 

Assistant Comptroller 

Assistant Comptroller 

General Manager Lines East 

General Manager Lines West.. 

Chief Engineer of Construction 

Chief Engineer, M. W. and S. 

Commissioner Industrial and Agricul- 
tural Department 

Tax Commissioner 



Fairfax Harrison 

T. C. Powell 

H. B. Spencer. 

E. H. Coapman 

H. W. Miller 

L. Green 

F. S. Wynn 

H. C. Ansley 

Francis Lynde Stetson 

L. E. Jeffries 

A. P. Humphrey 

A. H. Plant... 

E. H. Kemper... 

J. B. Duke 

W. N. Foracre 

H. Baker 

W.H.Wells. 

B. Herman 

M. V. Richards 

Murray R. Hubbard... 



Washington, D. C. 
Cincinnati, Ohio 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Atlanta, Ga. 
Washington, D. C. 
New York, N. Y. 
Washington, D. C. 
New York, N. Y. 
Washington, D. C. 
Louisville, Ky. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Charlotte, N. C. 
Cincinnati, Ohio 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 

Washington, D. C. 
Atlanta, Ga. 



DIRECTORS. 

Fairfax Harrison, Belvoir, Va.; H. B. Spencer, Washington, D. C.; Augustus D. JuUiard, 70 Worth 
St., New York, N. Y.; John W. Grant, Atlanta, Ga.; Adrian Iselin, Jr., 36 Wall St., New York, N. Y.; 
Charles Lanier, 59 Cedar St., New York, N. Y.; J. Kerr Branch, Richmond, Va.; Jackson E. Reynolds, 
2 Wall St., New York, N. Y.; Edwin A. Alderman, Charlottsville,Va.; Robert Jemison, Birmingham, 
Ala., John C. Kilgo, Charlotte, N. C; Charles Steele, 23 Wall St., New York, N. Y. 





ROAD OPERATED. 




State of North Carolina (miles).. 


1,219.50 


Entire line (miles) 


6,982.87 







N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



Entire Line 



State of 

North 

Carolina 



Capital stock - 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt 

Funded debt, per mile 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile. 

Cost of equipment 

Cost of equipment, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile... 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile. 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile 

Revenue from other sources 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile 

Taxes paid 

Employees: Number, 42,728; total compensation.. 



$185,650, 

42, 

304, 600, 

70, 

343,671, 

79, 

72,796, 

16, 

93, 

90.716, 

60,113, 

30,602, 

12, 

8, 

58, 450 

28,969 

8 

19 

$ 4 

3,287 

4,143 
38,047 



200.00 
707.66 
700.00 
071.47 
882.65 
059.55 
659. 66 
746.41 
563.02 
568.96 
597.68 
971.28 
991.30 
608. 72 
039.11 
111.93 
370.49 
886, 602 
.987.76 
,417.92 
.02183 
,860.70 
,922.78 



8*25,259,445.50 

42,707.66 

*41,443.770.93 

70,071.47 

*46,759,770.85 

79,059.55 

*9, 904, 664. 19 

16,746.41 

93.563.02 

19,505,515.29 

12,122,732.44 

7.382,782.85 

15,994.68 

9,940.74 

13,031,715.38 

6,082,576.38 

10,686.11 

5,035,820 

$ 4,987.76 

391,223.53 

.02223 

671,690.11 



*Mileage basis. 



ASHEVILLE AND CKAGGY MOUNTAIN RAILWAY 



33 



ASHEVILLE AND CRAGGY MOUNTAIN RAILWAY COMPANY 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President 




Washington, D. C. 


Secretary 


F. S. Wynn 


New York, N. Y. 


Treasurer... 


H. C. Ansley 


Washington, D. C. 


Auditor 


A. H. Plant 


Washington, D. C. 









DIRECTORS. 



Fairfax Harrison, Washington, D. C; C. E. A. McCarthy, New York, N. Y 
York, N. Y.; H. B. Spencer, Washington, D. C; F. S. Wynn, New York, N. Y. 



E. A. Merrill, New 



ROAD OPERATED. 



Craggy, N. C. to End of Line Burnsville Road, N. C. (miles)... 

Connection with A. and C. Mtn. Ry. Co. to Glenns Creek, N. C. (miles). 



2.26 
2.18 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 





1916 


1917 


Capital stock- .. 


$ 24,200.00 

10,708.00 

20,523.15 

9,081.04 

6,075.00 

2,688.05 

11,769.09 

10,823.00 

15,608.12 

♦4,785.12 

4,788.94 

6,906.25 

10,814.82 

4.785.32 

8.18 

289.50 


$ 24,200.00 


Capital stock, per mile 


10,708.00 


Cost of road.- . -- 


32,120.47 


Cost of road, per mile- 


14,212.59 


Cost of equipment- - » 


6,075.00 


Cost of equipment, per mile . .. 


2,688.05 


Cost of road and equipment, per mile 


16,900.64 


Operating revenue- - . 


13,879.57 


Operating expenses - 


9,403.96 


Net operating revenue- 


4,475.61 


Operating revenue, per mile 


3,126.03 


Operating expenses, per mile .. 


2,118.00 


Total freight revenue. 


13,879.57 


Freight revenue, per mile 


3,126.03 


Revenue from other sources - 




Taxes paid .. . 


318.59 







Employees, 1916: Number general officers, 4; station agents, 1; enginemen, 1; firemen,!; section 
foremen, 1; other trackmen, 7. Total, 15. Employees, 1917: Number general officers, 4; station 
agents, 1; enginemen,!; firemen, 1; other trainmen, 1; section foremen, 1; other trackmen, 3. Total, 
12. 



'Deficit. 



Part II— 3 



34 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION" 



ASHEVILLE SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President 




Washington, D. C. 


Secretary 


C. D. Mackay ... 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Treasurer 


H. C. Ansley.... 


Washington, D. C. 


Auditor 


A. H. Plant 


Washington, D. C. 









DIRECTORS. 

Fairfax Harrison, Washington, D. C; H. W. Miller, Atlanta, Ga.; H. B. Spencer, Washington, 
D. C; J. F. Hays, Brevard, N. C; H. C. Ansley, Washington, D. C; A. H. Plant, Washington, D. C. 



ROAD OPERATED. 



Asheville, N. C , to Glenns Creek, N. C. (miles). 



2.18 





CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 












1916 


1917 




$ 


60,000.00 
27,522.93 
53,782.25 
24,670.76 


$ 


60,000.00 




27,522.93 


Cost of road 


53,782.25 




24,670.76 









Note. — Operating revenue, 
Railway Co. 



expenses, etc., included in report of Asheville and Craggy Mountain 



ATLANTA AND CHARLOTTE AIR LINE RAILWAY 



35 



ATLANTA AND CHARLOTTE AIR LINE RAILWAY COMPANY 







OFFICERS. 






Title 


Name 


Official Address 




Charles S. Fairchild 


49 Wall Street, New York, 
49 Wall Street, New York, 
49 Wall Street, New York, 


N. Y. 




Harlan F. Stone 


N.Y. 




John W. Flatten 


N. Y. 











DIRECTORS. 

Charles S. Fairchild, Cazenovia, N. Y.; Herbert L. Griggs, 48 Wall St., New York, N. Y.; Hiram 
W. Sibley, 100 Sibley Block, Rochester, N. Y.; Harlan F. Stone, 49 Wall St., New York, N. Y.; George 
F. Canfield, 49 Wall St., New York, N. Y.; Edwin W. Lancaster, 67 Wall St., New York, N. Y.; Robert 
L. Harrison, 59 Wall St., New York, N. Y.; Henry Parish, Jr., 52 Wall St., New York, N. Y.; John A. 
Middleton, 143 Liberty St., New York, N. Y.; Moreau Delano, 59 Wall St., New York, N. Y.; John W. 
Flatten, 55 Cedar St., New York, N. Y.; Henry M. McAden, Charlotte, N. C. 



ROAD OPERATED. 







TO- 


Miles 


FROM- 


North 
Carolina 


Total 


Charlotte, N. C 


Armour, Ga.. 




43.18 


263.08 









CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 





1916 


1917 


Capital stock-. . . 


- 

$ 1,700,000.00 

6,461.91 

16,000,000.00 

60,818.00 

13,941,218.37 

52,992.32 

412,125.00 

5 


$ 1,700,000.00 


Capital stock, per mile 


6,461.91 


Funded debt.. .. .... 


20,000,000.00 


Funded debt, per mile.. ...... 


76,026.30 


Cost of road and equipment .. .. .. 


21,700,000.00 




82,484.41 




1,028,000.00 




5 







Note. — Leased to and operated by Southern Railway Co. 



36 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



ATLANTIC AND DANVILLE RAILWAY COMPANY 





OFFICERS. 




Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President 






Secretary and Treasurer.. 


Charles 0. Haines 


Norfolk, Va. 









DIRECTORS. 

B. Newgass, London, Eng.; J. W. Carter, Danville, Va.; John F. Rison, Danville, Va.; C. L. Cand- 
ler, Norfolk, Va.; John T. Griffin, Portsmouth, Va.; C. O. Haines, Norfolk, Va.; A. B. Carrington, 
Danville, Va. 



ROAD OPERATED. 





TO- 


Miles 


FROM— 


North 
Carolina 


Total 


West Norfolk and branches . 


Danville, Va. \ 

Claremont Wharf, Va. / 


22.15 






Emporia, Va 


277.71 







CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 









1916 


1917 


Capital stock.. . . 


$2,180,000.00 

7,825.00 

5,450,000.00 

19,562.00 

7,607,984.35 

27,395.43 

36,820.25 

132.58 

27,528.01 

3 


$ 2,180,000.00 


Capital stock, per mile . 


7,850.00 


Funded debt.. 


5,450,000.00 




19,624.82 


Cost of road 




Cost of road, per mile 




Cost of equipment 




Cost of equipment, per mile 




Cost of road and equipment. 


per 
offic 


milp: 




Emp]oyees: Number general 


ers . -. 


3 









Note. — Operating revenue, expenses,etc., reported by Southern Railway Company Lessee of Road. 



ATLANTIC AND YADKIN RAILWAY 



37 



ATLANTIC AND YADKIN RAILWAY COMPANY 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President 


Fairfax Harrison 


Washington, D. C. 


Vice-President 


J. M. Gulp... 


Washington, D. C. 


Vice-President 


H. B. Spencer 


Washington, D. C. 


Vice-President 


H. W. Miller.. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Vice-President and General Manager 


E. H. Coapman 


Washington, D. C. 


Secretary 


C. D. Mackey 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Treasurer 


H. C. Ansley 


Washington, D. C. 


General Counsel 


L. E. Jeffries.. 


Washington, D. C. 


Comptrollrr 


A. H. Plant 


Washington, D. C. 


Chief Engineer M. W. & S. 


B. Herman _. ' 


Washington, D. C. 


Superintendent, M P. & E. 


J. Hainen . 


Washington, D. C. 


General Superintendent 


R. E. Simpson. . 


Richmond, Va. 









DIRECTORS. 

Thomas A. Hunter, Greensboro, N. C; C. H. Ireland, Greensboro, N. C; J. F. Jordan, Greensboro, 
N. C; J. Van Lindley, Greensboro, N. C.; A. E. Smith, Mt. Airy, N. C ; J. C. Watkins, Greensboro, 
N. C. 

ROAD OPERATED. 



Mount Airy, N. C., to Sanford, N. C. (miles) 


130.95 


Mount AJry, N C., to Woodruff, N. C. (miles). 


2.02 


Climax, N. C, to Ramseur, N. C. (miles).. 


18.74 


Stokesdale, N. C. to Madison, N. C. (miles)... 


11.39 






Total . - 


163. 10 







CAPITAL STOCK, ETu. 



1916 



1917 



Capital stock... 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt 

Funded debt, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue... 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile 

Revenue from other sources 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile 

Taxes paid 

Employees: Number general officers. 

Total compensation 



$ 1,000,000.00 


$ 1,000,000.00 


6,131.20 


6,131.20 


1,500,000.00 


1,500,000.00 


9,196.81 


9,196.81 


2,588,393.00 


2,644,303.98 


15,869.98 


16,212.78 


251,214.48 


496,206.53 


200,510.86 


495,995.18 


50,703.62 


211.35 


1,540.25 


3,042.35 


1,229.37 


3,041.05 


152,911.53 


310,576.77 


94,547.96 


180,757.33 


937.53 


1,904.21 


140,956 


258,605 


$ 579.69 


$ 1,108.26 


3,754.99 


4,872.43 


.02316 


.02325 


12,968.49 


24,793.15 


263 


263 


79,815.72 


186,764.88 



38 



W. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



CAROLINA AND TENNESSEE SOUTHERN RAILWAY 
COMPANY 

OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 






Raleigh, N. C. 
Atlanta. Ga. 




C. D. Mackey 




H. C. Ansley 


Washington, D. C. 




A. H. Plant 


Washington, D. C. 









DIRECTORS. 

Joseph G. Brown, Raleigh, N. C; D. E. Everett, Raleigh, N. C; Fairfax Harrison, Washington, 
D. C; L. A. Mahler, Raleigh, N. C; H. B. Spencer, Washington, D. C: H. W. Miller, Atlanta, Ga. 



ROAD OPERATED. 



Bushnell, N. C, to Fontana, N. C. (miles). 



13.1 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



1916 



1917 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt 

Funded debt per mile 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile 

Operating revenue 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue. 

Total passenger tiain service revenue... 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile.. 

Revenue from other sources 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile 

Taxes paid 



Employees, 1916: Number general officers, 4; station agents, 2; firemen, 2; conductors, 3; other 
trainmen. 2; carpenters, 1; section foremen, 1; other trackmen, 10; other employees, 2. Total, 27. 
Employees. 1917: Number general officers, 4; station agents, 2; section foremen, 1; other trackmen 
5. Total. 12 

The mileage used represents approximate mileage of Imes when complete and in operation for 
entire lines: — 

fin operation... 13.90 miles 

Under construction. 12.13 miles 

*Total 26.03 miles 



60,000.00 


$ 60,000.00 


*2.305.00 


*2,305.00 


693,000.00 


693,000.00 


26,623.00 


*26,623.00 


584,687.42 


580,311.92 


*22,462.06 


*22,293.e6 


21,459.69 


22,230.48 


16,786.30 


14,807.75 


4,673.39 


7,422.73 


tl,543.86 


tl,599.31 


tl,207.65 


tl,065.30 


17,252.89 


16,367.15 


3,319.36 


5,067.33 


tl,241 22 


tl, 177.49 


12,449 


17,191 


t238.80 


$ 3,645.56 


877.44 


796.00 


.02476 


.0249 


452. 74 


418.77 



DANVILLE AND WESTERN RAILWAY 



DANVILLE AND WESTERN RAILWAY COMPANY 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President 


Fairfax Harrison 


Washington, D. C. 


Genera] Manager or Superintendent 

Secretary 


Theo. Parker 


Danville, Va. 


C. D. Mackey 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Treasurer 


H. C. Ansley 


Washington, D. C. 


Co mptroller 


A. H. Plant 


Washington, D. C. 









DIRECTORS. 

Fairfax Harrison, Washington, D. C; James I. Pritchett, Danville, Va.; Samuel Hairston, Wen- 
onda, Va.; J. H. Rangely, Stuart, Va. ; J. E. Latham, Greensboro, N. C Panniell Rucker, Martinsville, 
Va.; H. W. Miller. Atlanta.Ga.; R. A. Schoolfield, Danville, Va.; B. Frank Mebane, Spray, N. C; J. B. 
Sparrow, Martinsville, Va.; John P. Swanson, Danville, Va. 



ROAD OPERATED. 





TO- 


MUes 


FROM- 


North 
Carolina 


Total 




LeaksviUe, N. C 


8.95 




8.95 


Stokesland, Va 


Stuart, Va 


67.03 


Danville, Va 


Stokesland, Va... .-. 




4.80 











40 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



1916 



1917 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile. 

Funded debt 

Funded debt, per mile 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of equipment 

Cost of equipment, per mUe 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue... 

Operating expenses. 

Net operating revenue '. 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile 

Hevenue from other sources 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile 

Taxes paid, North Carolina 



368,600.00 


$ 368,600.00 


4,851.27 


4,851.27 


1,052,000.00 


1,052,000.00 


13,845.74 


13,845.75 


1,880,628.62 


1,889,349.80 


24,751.62 


24,866.41 


309,488.48 


301,712.21 


4,073.29 


3,970.94 


28,824.91 


28,837.35 


370,267.28 


426,165.95 


204,865.14 


247,155.33 


165,402.14 


179,010.62 


4,583.65 


5,275.63 


2,536.08 


3,059.61 


285,656.71 


319,878.18 


81,500.07 


101,784.14 


3,536.23 


3,959.87 


132,606 


166,132 


1,008.91 


$ 1,260.01 


3,110.50 


5,503.63 


.02824 


.02816 


898.41 


934. 14 



Employees, 1916: Number general officers, 12; office clerks, 31; station agents, 5; other station 
men, 16; enginemen, 5; firemen, 5; conductors, 5; other trainmen, 15; Machinists, 2; carpenters, 8; 
other shopmen, 19; telegraph operators and agents, 17; section foremen, 11; other trackmen, 46; 
other employees, 13; total, 210. Employees, 1917: Number general ofl&cers, 7; office clerks, 34; sta- 
tion agents, 5; other station men, 11; enginemen, 5; firemen, 5; conductors, 5; other trainmen, 14; 
machinists, 4; carpenters, 8; other shopmen, 19; telegraph operators and agents, 22; section fore- 
men, 9; other trackmen, 46; other employees, 4; total, 198. 



HIGH POINT, KANDLEMAN, ASHEBOKO AND SOUTHEEN 



41 



HIGH POINT, RANDLEMAN, ASHEBORO AND SOUTHERN 
RAILROAD COMPANY 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President 


Fairfax Harrison. 


Washington, D. C. 


Vice-President 


E. H. Coapman . 


Washington, D. C. 


Vice-President- 


H. B. Spencer 


Washington, D. C. 


Vice-President 


H. W. Miller 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Vice-President . - 


P. L. Green 

C. D. Mackay 

H. C. Ansley 

L. E. Jeffries 

A. H. Plant 

W. N. Foreaore. 

R. E. Simpson 

Murray R. Hubbard 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Secretary 

Treasurer 

General Counsel 

Comptroller 

General Manager 

General Superintendent 

Tax Commissioner 


Atlanta, Ga. 
Washington, D. C 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington. D. C. 
Charlotte, N. C. 
Richmond, Va. 
Atlanta, Ga. 







DIRECTORS. 

A. N. Bulla, Randleman, N C; C. J. Cox, Worthville, N. C; J. Elwood Cox, High Point, N. C. 
R. F. Dalton, Greensboro, N. C; T. J. Finch, Trinity, N. C; Fairfax Harrison, Washington, D. C, 
J. W. Harris, High Point, N. C; P. H. Morris, Asheboro, N. C; J. S. McAHster, Greensboro, N. C, 
F. M. Pickett, High Point, N. C; W. H. Ragan, High Point, N. C; J. E. Walker, Asheboro, N. C. 
W. P. Wood, Raleigh. N. C. 

ROAD OPERATED. 



High Point, N. C, to Asheboro, N. C. (miles). 



27. 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



1916 



1917 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt. 

Funded debt, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile [ $ 

Revenue from other sources 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile 

Taxes paid 

Employees: 

Number general officers 

Total compensation— 



248,000.00 


$ 248,000.00 


8,863.47 


8,863.47 


402,000.00 


402,000.00 


14,367.40 


14,367.40 


661,814.14 


663,704.95 


23,653.11 


23,720.69 


43,268.27 


110,821.62 


39,640.38 


105,552.34 


3,627.89 


5,269.28 


1,546.40 


3,960.74 


1,416.74 


3,772.42 


27,704.47 


75,674.51 


15,301.19 


32,467.62 


990. 15 


2,704.59 


33,948 


74,463 


546.86 


$ 1,160.39 


262.61 


2,679.49 


.0232 


.02331 


2,520.01 


4,945.31 


50 


54 


20,145.76 


$ 45,679.67 



42 



]Sr. C. COEPOKATION COMMISSION 



NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President .. 


W. H. Wood 


Charlotte, N. C 


Secretary-Treasurer . 


R. B. White.. . 


Burlington, N, C. 









DIRECTORS. 

W. H. Wood, Charlotte, N. C; J. M. Allen, Louisburg, N. C; J. P. Yount, Newton, N. C; J. Q. 
Gilkey, Marion, N. C; C. S. Tomlin, Statesville, N. C; Hugh MacRae, Wilmington, N. C; W. T. 
Brown. Winston-Salem, N. C; C. M. Vanstory, Greensboro, N. C; T. L. Gwyn, Canton, N. C; Alex- 
ander Webb, Raleigh, N. C; Bennehan Cameron, Stagville, N. C; Wm. E. Holt, Lexington, N. C. 



ROAD OPERATED. 



Goldsboro, N. C, to Charlotte, N. C. 



223.55 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



1916 



1917 



Capital stock 

Capital stock per mile 

Cost of road and equipment 

Cost of road and equipment, per mi 



$4,000,000.00 

17,893.00 

4,975,627.53 

22,257.34 



$ 4,000,000.00 

17,893.00 

4,975,627.53 

22,257.34 



Note. — Operating revenue, etc. included in report of Southern Railway Co. 



I^ORTH CAROLINA MIDLAND RAILROAD 



43 



NORTH CAROLINA MIDLAND RAILROAD COMPANY 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 




Fairfax Harrison 


Washington, D. C. 


Vice-President _ 


H. W. Miller t 


Atlanta, Ga. 




C. D. Mackay 


Atlanta, Ga. 




H. C. Ansley 


Washington, D. C. 




A. H. Plant. 


Washington, D. C. 









DIRECTORS. 

J. F. Brawley, Mooresville, N. C; H. G. Chatham, Winston-Salem, N. C; H. W. Miller, Atlanta, 
Ga.; H. G. Fries, Winston-Salem, N. C; J. W. Fries, Winston-Salem, N. C.; J. F. Hanes, Mooresville, 
N. C.; P. H. Hanes, Winston-Salem, N. C.; Fairfax Harrison, Washington, D. C.; G. W. Hinshaw, 
Winston-Salem, N. C.; G. W. Montcastle, Lexington, N. C.; C. P. McNeely, Mooresville, N. C; 
W. N. Reynolds, Winston-Salem, N. C. ; Mayor of Winston, R. W. Gorrell, Winston-Salem, N. C. 



ROAD OPERATED. 



Mooresville, N. C., to Winston-Salem, N. C. (miles). 



53.52 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



• 


1916 


1917 


Capital stock 


$ 924,000.00 

17,264.00 

801,000.00 

14,966.00 

1,725,000.00 

32,230.94 


$ 924,000.00 


Capital stock, per mile . 


17 264 00 


Funded debt ■. 


801,000.00 


Funded debt, per mile 


14,966.00 


Cost of road . 


1,725,000.00 


Cost of road and equipment, per mile 


32,230.94 







Note. — Operating revenue, etc. included in report of Southern Railway Co. 



44 



ISr. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President 


Fairfax Harrison. 


1300 Penna Ave., Washington, D C 


Vice-President . . 


H. B. Spencer 


1300 Penna. Ave., Washington, D C 


Secretary . 


F. S. Wynn 


120 Broadway, New York, N Y. 


Treasurer 


H. C. Ansley 


1300 Penna. Ave., Washington, D. C. 


General Auditor ._ _. . 


A. H. Plant... 


1300 Penna. Ave., Washington, D. C. 









DIRECTORS. 

W. T. Camp, 1300 Penna. Ave., Washington, D. C; C. N. Freeman, Atlanta, Ga.; Fairfax Harrison. 
1300 Penna. Ave., Washington, D. C; P. J. Harkins, 120 Broadway, New York, N. Y.; C. E. A. Mc- 
Carthy, 120 Broadway, New York, N. Y.; E. A. Merrill, 120 Broadway, New York, N. Y.; H. W. Miller 
Atlanta, Ga.; H. B. Spencer, 1300 Penna. Ave., Washington, D. C; F. S. Wynn, 120 Broadway, New 
York, N. .Y. 



ROAD OPERATED. 




State Line, Va., to Mines, N. C. (miles) . . 


3.73 













CAPITAL STC 


CK, ETC. 


' 






1916 


1917 


Capital stock . 


$ 50,000.00 
13,405.00 
62,211.00 
16,678.00 
112,211.00 
30,083.40 


$ 50,000.00 




13,405.00 


Funded debt 


62,211.00 


Funded deht, per mile ^ 


16,678.00 


Cost of road and equipment.. ._ _ 


112,211.00 


Cost of road and equipment. 


per 


mile. 






30,083.40 











Note. — Operating expenses, etc. included in report of Southern Railway Co. 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY CAROLINA DIVISION 



46 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY— CAROLINA DIVISION 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President 


Fairfax Harrison 


Washington, D. C. 




H. W. Miller.. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Secretary 


C. D. Mackay. 


Atlanta, Ga. 




H. C. Ansley 


Washington, D. C. 


Auditor 


A. H. Plant 


Washington, D. C. 









DIRECTORS. 

C. Fitzsimmons, Columbia, S. C; Murray R. Hubbard, Atlanta, Ga.; C. N. Freeman, Atlanta, Ga. ; 
Fairfax Harrison, Washington, D. C; Wilie Jones Columbia, S. C; C. D. Mackay, Atlanta, Ga. ; 
J. P. Matthews, Columbia, S. C; H. W. Miller Atlanta, Ga.; Jas. H. Pou, Raleigh, N. C; R. S. Quin, 
Atlanta, Ga.; B. L. McGee, Atlanta, Ga.; J. J. Siebels, Columbia, S. C; J. W. Smith, Atlanta, Ga.; 
J. T. Stevens, Kershaw, S. C; E. P. Webb, Atlanta, Ga. 



ROAD OPERATED. 



Southern Railway— Carolina 
Division 



Transylvania R. R. Co 

Atlantic Coast Line R. R. Co.- 
Trackage 



Totals. 



Cayce, S. C, to Hardeeville, S. C 

Spartanburg, S. C, to Alton, S. C 

Biltmore, N. C, to Hayne, S. C 

Charleston, S. C, to Augusta, Ga 

Branchville, S. C, to Columbia, S. C 

Kingsville, S. C, to Marion, N. C 

Perry, S. C, to Sievern, S. C 

Blacksburg, S. C, to Gaffney, S. C 

Burton, S. C, Branch 

Sumter Jet., S. C, to Sumter, S. C 

Kaolin, S. C, to Immaculate Mines _. 

Hendersonville, N. C, to Lake Toxaway, N. C. 

Hardeeville, S. C, to Central Jet., Ga. 



128.63 

67.93 

66.01 

136.50 

66.30 

208.50 

7.64 

10.50 

5.20 

15.81 

2.00 

42.10 

16.70 



774.42 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC., 1916-1917. 





Entire Line 


State of 

North 

Carolina 


Capital stock 


S 4,176,200.00 

5,835.77 

11,359,500.00 

15,874.00 

15,532,357.00 

21,704.75 


$ *620,576.00 


Capital stock, per mile 


5,835.77 


Funded debt. 


*1, 688,041.00 


Funded debt, per mile 


15,874.00 


Cost of road and equipment-. 


♦2,308,003.00 


Cost of road and equipment, 


per mUe 


21,704.75 









•Mileage basis. 

Note. — Operating revenue, etc. included in report of Southern Railway Co. 



46 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION" 



STATE UNIVERSITY RAILROAD COMPANY 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President 


Fairfax Harrison 


Washington, D. C. 
Atlanta Ga 


Vice- President- 


H. W. Miller 


Secretary 


CD. Mackay 


Atlanta Ga 


Treasurer . 


H. C. Ansley 


Washington, D. C. 
Washington D C 


Auditor 


A. H. Plant 


Vice-President a 


nd General Manager 


E. H. Coapman... 


Washington, D. C. 









DIRECTORS. 

K. P. Battle, Chapel Hill, N. C; C. M. Carr, Durham, N. C; J. S. Cuningham, Durham, N. C; 
W. A. Erwin, Durham, N. C; W. P. Few, Durham, N. C; E. K. Graham, Chapel Hill, N. C; Fairfax 
Harrison, Washington, D. C; J. H. Pratt, Chapel Hill, N. C; H. W. Miller, Atlanta, Ga., C. D. Mackay. 
Atlanta, Ga. 



ROAD OPERATED. 



University, N. C, to Chapel Hill, N. C. (miles) 



10.20 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



' 


1916 


1917 


Capital stock . . - 


$ 31,300.00 

3,068.63 

31,300.00 

3,068.63 


$ 31,300.00 


Capital stock, per mile .. . 


3,068.63 


Cost of road . 


31,300.00 




3,068.63 







Note. — Operating revenue, etc. included in report of Southern Railway Co. 



TALLIJLAH FALLS RAILWAY 



47 



TALLULAH FALLS RAILWAY COMPANY 

Year Ending December 31, 1916. 
OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 








Vice-President 


J. M. Culp 


Washington, D. C. 


Vice-President 


H. B. Spencer . 


Washington, D. C. 


Vice-President 


H. W. Miller 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Treasurer 


H. C. Ansley 


Washington, D. C. 


Secretary 


C. D. Mackay 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Comptroller 


A. H. Plant- . 


Washington, D. C. 









DIRECTORS. 

Fairfax Harrison, Richmond, Va. ; Preston S. Arkwright, Atlanta, Ga.; H. W. Miller, Atlanta, Ga. 
Frank Hawkins, Atlanta, Ga.; Hamilton McWhorter, Athens, Ga.; J. T. Peyton, Mount Airy, N. C. 
J. R. White, Athens, Ga.; Billups Phinizy, Athens, Ga.; J. W. Peyton, CorneHa, Ga. 

ROAD OPERATED. 





TO- 


Miles 


FROM- 


North 
Carolina 


Total 


Corneha, Ga ... .. 


Franklin, N. C- 


14.50 


58.00 









CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 





Entire Line 


State of 

North 

Carolina 


Capital stock... . 


$ 323,400.00 

5,575.86 

1,519,000.00 

26,189.65 

1,599,753.00 

27,582.00 

85,818.00 

1,479.57 

29,061.57 

128,869.85 

106,162.46 

22,707.39 

2,221.89 

1,830.39 

76,627.37 

46,681.54 

1,321.20 

84,588 

$ 804.85 

5,560.94 

.02688 

5,938.27 

50,356.11 


$ *80,837.00 


Capital stock, per mile. .. 


5,575.86 


Funded debt 


*379,740.00 


Funded debt, per mile . 


26,189.65 


Cost of road 


♦399,940.00 


Cost of road, per mile 


27,582.00 


Cost of equipment- ... 


*21,454.00 


Cost of equipment, per mile 


1,459.57 


Cost of road and equipment, per mile 


29,061.57 


Operating revenue . 


19,822.12 


Operating expenses 


21,505.31 


Net operating revenue... _ .. 


tl,683.19 
1,367.04 


Operating revenue, per mile 


Operating e xpenses, per mile 


1,483.12 


Total freight revenue _. . 


12,040.68 


Total passenger train service revenue 


6,566.07 


Freight revenue, per mile. ... . . 


830.39 


Total number passengers carried earnijig revenue . . . .. 


14,801 


Passenger service train revenue, per mile . 


$ 452. 83 


Revenue from other sources .. 


1,215.37 


Average receipts per passenger, per mile. . .. .. 


.02963 


Taxes paid 


1,851.15 


Employees: Number general officers, 95; total compensation 









*On mileage basis. 
tDeficit. 



48 



N. C. CORPOBATIOlSr COMMISSION 



TALLULAH FALLS RAILWAY COMPANY 

Year Ending Decembkr 31, 1917. 
OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President . . ..... 


Fairfax Harrison 


Richmond, Va. 




H. W. Miller.... 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Treasurer. 


F. S. Wynn. 


New York, N. Y. 


Secretary 


C. D. Mackay 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Comptroller 


E. H. Kemper.. 











DIRECTORS. 

Fairfax Harrison, Richmond, Va.; Preston S. Arkwright, Atlanta, H. W. Miller, Atlanta, Ga.; 
Frank Hawkins, Atlanta, Ga.; Hamilton McWhorter, Athens, Ga.; J. T. Peyton, Mt. Airy, N. C; J. R. 
White, Athens, Ga.; Billups Phinizy, Athens, Ga.; C. D. Mackay, Atlanta, Ga. 

ROAD OPERATED. 





TO- 


Miles 


FROM- 


North 
Carolina 


Total 


Cornelia, Ga 


Franklin, N. C 


14.50 


58.00 









CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



Capital stock.. 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt 

Funded debt, per mile 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of equipment 

Cost of equipment, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue. 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile 

Revenue from other sources 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile 

Taxes paid 





State of 


Entire Line 


North 




Carolina 


$ 323,400.00 


$ *80,837.00 


5,575.86 


5,575.86 


1,519,000.00 


♦379,740.00 


26,189.65 


26,189.65 


1,603,613.33 


♦400,903.25 


27,648.50 


27,648.50 


85,818.14 


*21,454.50 


1,479.62 


1,479.62 


29,128.12 


29,128.12 


128,030.85 


*32, 009.59 


122,652.10 


*30, 663.00 


5,378.25 


1,346.59 


2,207.42 


2,207.42 


2,114.69 


2,114.69 


76,392.45 


*19,098.11 


46,488.21 


*11,622.05 


1,317.11 


1,317.11 


81,035 
$ 801.52 




$ 801.52 


5,150.19 


*1,287.54 


.99 





1,830.54 



Employees :t Number general officers, 9; office clerks, 3; station agents, 1; other station men, 7; 
enginemen, 3; firemen, 3; conductors, 3; other trainmen, 5; machinists, 1; carpenters, 1; other shopmen, 
2; telegraph operators, 1; section foremen, 6; other trackmen, 22; other employees, 13; total, 80. 



♦Mileage basis. 
fEntire line. 



YADKIN RAILWAY 



49 



YADKIN RAILWAY COMPANY 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


. 




Washington, D. C. 




E. H. Coanman . 


Washington, D. C. 


Vice-President.. H. B. Soencer 


Washington, D. C. 


Vice-President. 


H. W. Miller 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Vice-President 


L. Green 


Salisbury, N. C. 


Secretary .. 


C. D. Mackay 


Atlanta, Ga. 




H. C. Ansley 


Washington, D. C. 




L. E. Jeffries 


Washington, D. C. 




A. H. Plant 


Washington, D. C. 




W. N. Foreacre... 


Charlotte, N. C 









DIRECTORS. 

A. H. Boyden, Salisbury, N. C.; C. D. Mackay, Atlanta, Ga.; Fairfax Harrison, Washington, D. C.; 
S. H. Hearne, Washington, D. C; Theo. F. Klutz, Salisbury, N. C; C. W. Johnson, Charlotte, N. C; 
D. W. JuUan, Salisbury, N. C; H. W. Miller, Atlanta, Ga.; Walter Murphy, Salisbury, N. C; L. W. 
Sanders, Charlotte, N. C; J. M. Morrow, Albemarle, N. C. 



ROAD OPERATED. 



Salisbury, N. C, to Norwood, N. C. (miles). 



41.00 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



1916 



1917 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt 

Funded debt, per mile... 

Cost of road and equipment 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue^ per mile 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile 

Revenue from other sources 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile 

Taxes paid 

Employees, 1916: Number general officers, 89; 1917, number general I 
officers, 102; total compensation 



625,000.00 

15,244.00 

615,000.00 

15,000.00 

,315,116.00 

32,076.00 

189,775.08 

87,127.88 

102,647.20 

3,633.45 

1,668.16 

149,684.97 | 

36,823.06 

2,865.88 

72,238 

705.02 

3,267.05 

.02345 

1,853.05 

41,848.55 



625,000.00 

15,244.00 

615,000.00 

15,000.00 

1,337,706.96 

32,627.00 

309, 162. 22 

230,220.98 

78,941.24 

5,919.25 

4,407.83 

233,778.19 

72,520.89 

4,475.94 

132,816 

1,388.49 

2,863.14 

.02335 

3,696.22 

93,504.65 



Part II— 4 



50 



ISr. C. COEPORATION COMMISSIOJST 



MISCELLANEOUS RAILROADS 



Aberdeen and Rockfish Rairoad Company 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President _. .. 




Aberdeen, N. C. 


General Manager or Superintendent 


W. A. Blue 


Aberdeen, N. C. 


Secretary and Treasurer 


W. A. Blue 


Aberdeen, N. C. 


Traffic Manager 




Fayetteville, N. C. 







DIRECTORS. 

John Blue, W. A. Blue, J. W. Graham, J. McN. Johnson and J. A. Bryant of Aberdeen; and H. W. 
Jackson of Richmond, Va. 



ROAD OPERATED. 




Aberdeen, N. C, to Fayetteville, N. C. (miles) 


59.54 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



1916 



1917 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt 

Funded debt, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment 

Cost of road, and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue 

Total passenger train service revenue... 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile 

Revenue from other sources 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile 

Taxes paid 



Employees, 1916: Number general officers, 3; office clerks, 2; station agents, 7; other station 
men, 6; enginemen, 2; firemen, 2; conductors, 2; other trainmen, 4; machinists, 2; carpenters, 1; 
other shopmen, 2; telegraph operators, 1; section foremen, 4; other trackmen; 14; other employees, 
12; total, 64. Employees, 1917: Number general officers, 3; office clerks, 1; station agents, 7; other 
station men, 6; enginemen, 2; firemen, 2; conductors, 2; other trainmen, 4; machinists, 2; carpen- 
ters, 1; other shopmen, 4; section foremen, 4; other trackmen, 14; other employees, 16; total, 68. 



208,800.00 


$ 208,800.00 


3,506.88 


3,506.88 


177,000.00 


177,000.00 


2,972.79 


2,972.79 


440,091.66 


435,186.58 


7,391.50 


7,309.14 


89; 343. 75 


111,369.19 


67,295.57 


75,856.20 


22,048.18 


35,512.99 


1,500.57 


1,870.34 


1,130.25 


1,274.04 


70,097.30 


90,546.26 


14,564.78 


14,700.75 


1,177.31 


1,520.76 


29,907 


31,207 


244.60 


1 246.90 


4,681.67 


6,122.18 


.0283 


.02750 


3,924.76 


3,840.00 



APPALACHIAN RAILWAY 



51 



Appalachian Railway Company 





OFFICERS. 




Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President 


A. J. Stevens ... 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


General Manager or Superintendent 


W. J. Parks 


Ela, Swain County, N. C. 




David G. Wilson . 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


Vice-President 


A. L. Armstrong 


Philadelphia, Pa. 







DIRECTORS. 

A. J. Stephens, Philadelphia, Pa.; George G. Olmsted, Chicago, 111.; E. M. Bechtel, Philadelphia, 
Pa.; A. J. Armstrong, Philadelphia, Pa.; H. B. Stevens, Asheville, N. C. 



ROAD OPERATED. 




Ela, N. C, to Cherokee, N. C, 1916 (miles) 


6.21 


Ela, N. C, to Oconalufty, N. C, 1917 (miles) 


10.00 







CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 





1916 


1917 


Capital stock 


$ 100,000.00 

16,103.00 

115,839.82 

18,653.75 

12,349.99 

1,988.72 

20,642.47 

6,063.48 

8,743.98 


$ 100,000.00 


Capital stock, per mile . 


10,000.00 


Cost of road. .... 


111,856.50 


Cost of road, per mile 


11,185.65 


Cost of equipment- _.. _. . .. . . .. 


11,577.64 


Cost of equipment, per mile 


1,157.76 


Cost of road and equipment, per mile. . .. .. .. 


12,343.41 


Operating revenue.. . 


8,199.68 


Operating expenses 


12.292.78 


Net operating revenue. . 


*2,680.50 1 *4.093.10 


Operating revenue, per mile .. . .. 


976.40 

1,408.04 

4,883.78 

1,114.40 

786.43 

6,336 

$ 179.45 

65.30 

.0283 

305.56 


819.97 


Operating expenses, per mile. . 


1,229.27 


Total freight revenue.. 


6,074.03 


Total passenger train service revenue.. . .. . .. ... 


1,924.95 


Freight revenue, per mile.. 


607.40 


Total number passengers carried earning revenue .. . 


7,525 


Passenger service train revenue, per mile .. .. .. ... ... 


$ 192.49 


Revenue from other sources 


200. 70 


Average receipts per passenger, per mile 


.0365 


Taxes paid . 


354.53 







Employees, 1916: Station agents, 1; enginemen, 1; firemen, 1; conductors, 1; section foremen, 1; 
other trackmen, 5; total, 10. Employees, 1917: Number general officers, 3; station agents, 1; other 
station men, 1; enginemen, 1; firemen, 1; conductors, 1; carpenters, 1; section foremen, 1; other 
trackmen, 5; other employees, 1; total, 16. 



'Deficit. 



52 



N. C. CORPOKATION COMMISSION 



Asheville and East Tennessee Railroad Company 





OFFICERS. 




Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President (1917) 




Asheville, N. C. 






Asheville, N. C. 




G. W. Epps 


Asheville, N. C. 


Treasurer 


Reginald Rowland 


Asheville, N. C. 









DIRECTORS. 

J. S. Coleman, Asheville, N. C; Stanley Howland, Asheville, N. C; Reginald Rowland, Asheville, 
N. C; M. M. Howland, Arlington, Fla.; G. W. Epps, Asheville, N. C; A. S. Guerard, Asheville, N. C. 



ROAD OPERATED. 






Asheville, N. C, to Weaverville, N. C. (miles) 


8.70 






CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt 

Funded debt, per mile 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of equipment 

Cost of equipment, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile 

Revenue from other sources 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile 

Taxes paid 



1916 



70,000.00 

11,041.01 

35,000.00 

5,520.50 

95,731.13 

15,099.54 

20,262.99 

3,196.06 

18,295.60 

30,622.23 

29,066.43 

1,555.80 

3,519.80 

3,340.97 

2,318.25 

26,414.54 

266.46 

206,820 

3,036.15 

1,889.44 

.0147 

485.47 



1917 



70,000.00 

11,041.01 

35,000.00 

5,520.00 

95,731.13 

15,099.54 

20,262.99 

3,196.06 

18,295.60 

28,184.06 

30,684.48 

*2,500.42 

3,239.55 

3,526.95 

2,812.60 

23,407.95 

323.29 

176,457 

2,690.57 

1,963.51 

.0153 

427.77 



Employees, 1916: Number general officers, 4; office clerks, 1; enginemen, 3; conductors, 4; sec- 
tion foremen , 1 ; other trackmen, 5; other employees, 3; total, 21. Employees, 1917: Number general 
officers, 5; office clerks, 1; enginemen, 2; conductors, 2; section foremen, 1 ; other trackmen, 4; other 
employees, 2; total, 17. 



"Deficit. 



ATLANTIC AND CAROLINA RAILROAD 



53 



Atlantic and Carolina Railroad Company 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 




A. R. TurnbuU 


Norfolk. Va. 




James E. Jerritt, Jr 


Kenansville, N. C. 




William J. Jones 


Norfolk, Va. 




Robert Ridley, Jr 


Norfolk, Va. 









DIRECTORS. 

A. R. TurnbuU, Norfolk, Va.; H. D. Williams, Kenansville, N. C; William J. Jones, Norfolk, Va.; 
J. E. Jerritt, Jr.; Kenansville, N. C; T. A. Hefty, Bowden, N. C; R. D. Johnson, Warsaw, N. C; 
L. A. Beasley, Kenansville, N. C. 



ROAD OPERATED. 




Warsaw, N. C, to Kenansville, N. C. (miles) 


10 







CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



1916 



1917 



Capital stock. 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt 

Funded debt, per mile 1 

Cost of road (purchase price) 

Cost of road, per mile (purchase price) 

Cost of equipment 

Cost of equipment, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue 

Operating expenses. 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile 

Revenue from other sources 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile 

Taxes paid 



10,000.00 


$ 10,000.00 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


55,000.00 


55,000.00 


5,500.00 


5,500.00 


64,730.00 


64,730.00 


6,473.00 


6,473.00 


4,500.00 


4,500.00 


450.00 


450.00 


6,923.00 


6,923.00 


9,095.25 


15,863.77 


8,798.56 


11,720.14 


296. 69 


4,143.63 


909.52 


1,586.37 


879.86 


1,172.01 


4,840.54 


11,629.76 


3,654.71 


4,234.01 


484.05 


1,162.97 


14,091 


16,481 


365.47 


$ 423.40 


1,800.00 


3,600.00 


.026 


.0257 


79.08 


39.54 



Employees, 1916: Number general officers, 6; office clerks, 2; station agents, 2; enginemen, 1; 
conductors,!; section foremen, 1; other trackmen, 8; total, 21. Employees, 1917: Number general 
officers, 6; office clerks, 2; station agents, 2; enginemen, 1; conductors,!; section foremen, 1; other 
trackmen, 8; total, 21. 



54 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



Atlantic and Western Railroad Company 





OFFICERS. 




Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President 


H. C. Huffer, Jr. 


31 Pine St , New York N Y 


General Manager or Superintendent. 
Secretary and Treasurer . 


H. P. Edwards 

William C. Cooke-.. 

H. P. Edwards 


Sanford, N. C. 
Baltimore, Md. 


Traffic Manager 


Sanford, N. C. 









DIRECTORS. 

J. W. Middendorf, Baltimore, Md.; A. S. Shriver, Baltimore, Md.; B. W. Duer, Baltimore, Md.; 
J. R. Baggett, Lillington, N. C; H. C. Huffer, Jr.; New York, N. Y.; Louis d'Aillieres, Paris, France; 
N. A. Campbell, New York, N. Y. 



ROAD OPERATED. 



Sanford, N. C, to Lillington, N. C. (miles) 



24 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



1916 



1917 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt 

Funded debt, pei mile 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of equipment.... 

Cost of equipment, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue. 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile 

Revenue from other sources. 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile 

Taxes paid 



303,000.00 

12,625.00 

303,000.00 

12,625.00 

552,699.73 

23,029.15 

40,342.04 

1,680.92 

24,710.07 

46,164.19 

33,808.37 

12,355.82 

1,923.51 

1,408.68 

39,745.60 

5,651.10 

1,656.07 

13,042 

235.46 

767.49 

.025 

1,349.71 



303,000.00 

12,620.83 

303,000.00 

12,620.83 

552,788.91 

23,032.87 

44,786.58 

1,866.11 

24,898.98 

40,805.62 

36,959.58 

3,846.04 

1,700.23 

1,539.97 

34,981.31 

5,319.93 

1,457.55 

12,728 

221.66 

504.38 

.0139 

1,470.99 



Employees, 1916: Number general officers, 6; office clerks, 2; station agents, 5; enginemen, 1; 
firemen,!; conductors,!; other trainmen, 2; machinists,!; carpenters,!; other shopmen, 1; section 
foremen, 2; other trackmen, 13; other employees, 2; total, 38. Employees, 1917: Number general 
officers, 5; office clerks, 2; station agents, 5; enginemen,!; firemen,!; conductors,!; other train- 
men, 2; machinists, 1; other shopmen, !; section foremen, 2; other trackmen, 12; other employees, 
2; total, 35. 



BLACK MOUNTAIN EAILWAY 



55 



Black Mountain Railway Company 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President 


J. Bis Ray 


Burnsville, N. C. 








Superintendent (1917) 


J. M. Burkholder 


Pensacola, N. C. 









DIRECTORS. 

I. McQuilken, Johnson City, Tenn.; J. Bis Ray, Burnsville, N. C; John A. Muse, Johnson City, 
Tenn. ; Edward C. Bailey, New York, N. Y. ; Adam B. Crouch, Johnson City, Tenn. ; George F. Woffard, 
Johnson City, Tenn. 



ROAD OPERATED. 




1916- 
Kona, N. C, to Pensacola, N. C. (miles) 

1917- 

Main line— Kona, N. C, to Eskota, N. C. (miles) 

Spur— Micaville, N. C, to Bowditch, N. C. (miles) i 


26.45 


23.39 
2.11 


Total 


25.50 







CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



1916 



1917 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt 

Funded debt, per mile 

Cost of road... .._ 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of equipment 

Cost of equipment, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue 

Total passenger train service revenue. 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile 

Revenue from other sources 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile 

Taxes paid 1 



50,000.00 


$ 50,000.00 


1,890.36 


1,960.78 


800,000.00 


775,000.00 


3,0,245.74 


30,392.16 


413,799.02 


415,516.07 


15,644.58 


16,294.75 


8,136.33 


9,154.58 


307.61 


359.00 


15,952.18 


16,653.75 


88,698.65 


94,747.65 


40,907.89 


53,766.24 


47,790.76 


40,981.41 


3,353.44 


3,715.59 


1,546.61 


2,108.48 


76,595.36 


82,285.45 


11,660.19 


12,151.18 


2,895.85 


3,226.88 


38,329 


38,943 


440.83 


$ 476.52 


443. 10 


311.02 


.0361 


.0363 


2,205.64 


2,806.64 



Employees, 1916: Number general officers, 8; station agents, 2; other station men, 2; enginemen, 
2; firemen, 2; conductors, 2; other trainmen, 4; machinists, 1; other shopmen, 2; section foremen, 3; 
other trackmen, 20; other employees, 16; total, 64. Employees, 1917: Number general officers, 2; 
station agents, 3; other station men, 2; enginemen, 2; firemen, 3; conductors, 2; other trainmen, 6; 
machinists, 1; carpenters, 1; other shopmen, 1; section foremen, 3; other trackmen, 36; other em- 
ployees, 3; total, 65. 



56 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



Bonlee and Western Railway Company 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President . 


John H. Dunlap— .. . 


Bonlee, N. C. 


Superintendent. 


W. J. Talley... 


Bonlee, N. C. 






Bonlee, N. C. 


Traffic Manager 


W. J. Talley 


Bonlee, N. C. 









DIRECTORS. 

John H. Dunlap, Bonlee, N. C; F. W. Bynum, Pittsboro, N. C; I. H. Dunlap, Bonlee. N. C; 
C. M. Andrews. Bonlee, N. C; J. H. Kennedy, Cumnock, N. C; I. L. Dunlap, Bonlee, N. C; P. G. 
Dunlap, Bonlee, N. C. 



ROAD OPERATED. 



Bonlee, N. C, to Bennett, N. C. (miles) 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



1916 



1917 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of equipment 

■Cost of equipment, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue 

■Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile 

Revenue from other sources 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile 

Taxes paid 



61,700.00 


$ 61,700.00 


5,609.99 


5,609.09 


59,049.80 


59,049.80 


5,368.16 


5,368.16 


4,233.49 


7,284.21 


384.86 


662.20 


5,753.03 


6,030.36 


11,380.46 


13,773.77 


14,392.21 


13,618.73 


*3,011.75 


155.04 


1,034.59 


1,252.16 


1,308.38 


1,238.07 


10,159.81 


12,226.68 


847.50 


956.40 


923.62 


1,111.52 


3,153 


3,364 


77.05 


$ 86.94 


373. 15 


590.69 


.0285 


.034 


319.82 


422.94 



Employees, 1916: Number general officers, 4; station agents, 3; enginemen, 1; firemen, 1; con- 
ductors,!; section foremen, 1; other trackmen, 4; other employees, 1; total, 16. Employees, 1917: 
Number general officers, 4; station agents, 3; enginemen, 1; firemen, 1; conductors,!; section fore- 
men, 1; other trackmen, 4; other employees, 1; total, 16. 



♦Deficit. 



CAROLIlSrA AND NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY 



57 



Carolina and North Eastern Railway Company 

(Operated in 1916 Uxdeb Name of Northampton* and Hertford Railway Company) 

OFFICERS. 




President Thomas Phillip Hammer ■ Philadelphia. Pa. 

General Manager or Superintendent ' J. H. Pennewell Gumberry, N. C. 

Treasurer -.. ., Ptobert J. Walker. Norfolk, Va. 

Secretary O.Raymond Brown Richmond, Va. 

TraflBc Manager L. F. Ritchie Gumberry, N. C. 



DIRECTORS. 

Thomas Phillip Hammer, Liberty Building, Philadelphia, Pa.; H. Stuart Lewis, Suffolk, Va.; 
D. G. Grubbs, Seaboard, N. C. ; W. L. Long, Roanoke Rapids, N. C. ; Thomas B. Gay, Richmond, Va. 



ROAD OPERATED. 



Gumberry, N. C., to Rehoboth, N. C. (miles). 



17.59 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



1916 



1917 



Capital stock.. 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt 

Funded debt, per mile 

Cost of road .| 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of equipment 

Cost of equipment, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue.. 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per rnile 

Total freight revenue 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile... 

Taxes paid.. 



42,608.00 $ 


300,000.00 


4, 687. .35 , 


17,647.00 


53,691.25 


147,000.00 


5,906.63 


8,647.00 


48,411.13 


113,784.23 


5,. 325. 75 


6,693.19 


10,560.00 


11,064.-50 


1,161.71 


650.85 


6,487.46 


7,. 344. 04 


15,243.15 i 


16,595.63 


15,194.29 , 


11,049.68 


48.86 


5,545.95 


1,676.91 


976.21 


1,671.54 


649.88 


14,364.25 


14,689.92 


878.90 


1,905.71 


1,580.22 


864.11 


96.69 




284.63 i 


312.91 



Employees, 1916: Number general oflBcers, 1; station agents, 2; other station men, 1; engine- 
men, 1; firemen, 2; conductors, 1; machinists, 1; section foremen, 1; other trackmen, 4; total, 14. 
Employees, 1917: Number general ofl&cers, 4; office clerks, 1; station agents, 2; other station men, 1; 
enginemen, 1; firemen, 1; conductors,!; other trainmen, 1; section foremen, 1; other trackmen, 4; 
total, 18. 



58 



N. C. CORPOEATION COMMISSION 



Carolina and North Western Railway Company 



Year Ending December 31, 1916. 
OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 




William A. Barber 


165 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 
Chester, S C 








F. Wolfe . 


Chester. S C 






Chester, S C 




W. K. Kersley 

L. T. Nichols — . 


Chester, S. C 




Chester, S. C. 









DIRECTORS. 

T. H. White, Chester, S. C; S. H. Hardin, Chester, S. C; J. H. Marion, Chester, S. C; C. E. Spencer, 
York, S. C; J. O. White, Gastonia, N. C; L. F. Long, Newton, N. C: J. A. Martin, Hickory, N. C. 



ROAD OPERATED. 



State of North Carolina (miles) 
Entire line (miles) 



96.50 
133.50 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



Entire Line 



State of 

North 

Carolina 



Capital stock , 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt 

Funded debt, per mile 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of equipment 

Cost of equipment, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 1 

Operating revenue 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue 

Total passenger train service revenue. 

Freight revenue, per mile . 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile 

Revenue from other sources 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile 

Taxes paid 

Employees: Number, 277; compensation 



1,404,250.00 

11,297.26 

2,090,305.52 

16,816.61 

3,626,793.24 

29,177.74 

262,843.70 

2,114.59 

31,292.33 

451,022.32 

403,823.33 

47,198.99 

3,378.44 

3,024.89 

336,634.04 

103,874.34 

2,521.60 

189,701 

778.08 

10,513.94 

.02798 

17,409.58 

214,119.68 



*986,250.80 

11,297.26 

*1, 468, 090. 05 

16,816.61 

3,082,079.71 

35,304.46 

113,213.26 

1,296.83 

36,601.29 

371,234.36 

330,990.54 

40,243.82 

3,846.98 

3,429.95 

276,593.86 

84,508.06 

2,866.25 

149,031 

875.73 

10,132.44 

.02785 

11,499.78- 



CAROLINA AND NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY 



59 



Carolina and North Western Railway Company 



Year Ending December 31, 1917. 
OFFfCERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President 


William A. Barber 


165 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 


V^ice-President 


H. W. Miller 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Secretary 


J. J. McLure 


Chester, S. C. 


Assistant Secretary 


C. D. Mackay 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Treasurer 


W. A. Cerkill 


Chester, S. C. 


General Counsel 


J. H. Marion 


Chester, S. C. 


General Auditor 


W. K. Kearsley 


Chester, S. C. 


General Manager 


L. F. Nichols 


Chester, S. C. 


Tax Commissioner 


Murray R. Hubbard 


Atlanta, Ga. 







DIRECTORS. 

William A. Barber, 165 Broadway, N. Y.; H. W. Miller, Atlanta, Ga.; J. H. Marion, Chester, S. C; 
T. H. White, Chester, S. C; S. H. Hardin, Chester, S. C; C. E. Spencer, York, S. C; L. F. Long, New- 
ton, N. C; J. A. Martin, Hickory, N. C; J. O. White, Gastonia, N. C. 

ROAD OPERATED. 



State of North Carolina (miles) 
Entire line (miles) 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



96.50 
133.50 





Entire Line 


State of 

North 

Carolina 


Capital stock 


S 1,404,250.00 

11,297.26 

2,409,244.48 

19,382.50 

3,635,051.82 

29,244.18 

262,443.70 

2,111.37 

31,355.55 

471,228.26 

326,057.59 

145,170.67 

3,529.79 

2,442.37 

354,190.81 

103,437.77 

2,653.11 

169,372 

$ 774.81 

13,599.68 

.028613 

15,012.61 

175,046.46 


$ *986,250.80 


Capital stock, per mile .. .. ....... 


11,297.26 


Funded debt 


*1, 692, 092. 25 


Funded debt, per mile.. _ _ . . 


19,382.50 


Cost of road .._ . . 


3, 127,, 500. 23 




35,821.74 


Cost of equipment . ... . .. 


118,766.23 


Cost of equipment, per mile. ............ ... . ... 


1,360.44 


Cost of road and equipment, per mile... . .. ... 


37,185.18 


Operating revenue .. .. . 


*340, 624. 73 


Operating expenses.. _ ... . _ . ... ... .. . _. 


*235,688.70 


Net operating revenue .. ... . 


104,936.03 


Operating revenue, per mile 


3,529.79 


Operating expenses, per mile 


2,442.37 


Total freight revenue 


*256,025.11 


Total passenger train service revenue 


*74,769.16 


Freight revenue, per mile 


2,653.11 


Total number passengers carried earning revenue 


*118,989 


Passenger service train revenue, per mile 


.1 774.81 


Revenue from other sources 


*9,830.46 


Average receipts per passenger, per mile 


.028613 


Taxes paid ... .... .. .. .. . 


5,984.25 


Employees: Number, 245; compensation . . 









*Mileage basis. 



60 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



Carolina and Yadkin River Railway Company 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


OflScial Address 




Alvin W. Krech .. . 


New York, N. Y. 




W. E. Price 


High Point, N. C. 




L. H. Hole, Jr 


New York, N. Y. 






High Point, N. C. 









DIRECTORS. 

Alvin W. Krech, New York, N. Y.; Wescott Robinson, High Point, N. C; L. H. Hole, Jr., New 
York, N. Y.; Lewis W. Clarke, New York, N. Y.; A. L. Brooks, Greensboro, N. C; L. D. Baldwin, 
New York, N. Y.; C. B. Hole, New York, N. Y.; A. D. Hammond, New York, N. Y.; W. E. Price, High 
Point, N. C; F. S. Lambeth, Thomasville, N. C; T. F. Finch, Thomasville, N. C. 



ROAD OPERATED. 



High Point, N. C, to High Rock, N. C. (miles) 



34.81 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



1916 



1917 



Capital stock... 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt 

Funded debt, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile , 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile 

Revenue from other sources 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile 

Taxes paid 



1,840,000.00 


S *40,000.00 


52,858.00 


*1, 149.09 


1,270,200.00 


1,288,600.00 


36,489.00 


37,018.10 


3,182,324.72 




91,419.84 




107,869.46 


114,675.37 


83,838.88 


98,516.84 


24,030.58 


16,158.53 


3,098.80 


3,294.32 


2,408.47 


2,830.13 


94,218.83 


104,284.01 


10,228.90 


5,145.96 


2,706.66 


2,995.81 


26,074 


11,855 


293.85 


$ 147.83 


3,421.73 


5,245.40 


.0273 


.0125 


2,200.02 


1,693.32 



Employees, 1916: Number general ofl&cers, 3; office clerks, 6; station agents, 3; other station 
men, 10; enginemen, 4; firemen, 3; conductors, 4; other trainmen, 5; machinists,!; carpenters, 0; 
other shopmen, 1; section foremen, 7; other trackmen, 23; other employees, 6; total, 76. Employees, 
1917: Number general officers, 3; office clerks, 11; station agents, 3; other station men, 10; engine- 
men, 2; firemen, 2; conductors, 2; other trainmen, 2; machinists,!; other shopmen, 5; section fore- 
men, 6; other trackmen, 36; other employees, 6; total, 93 . 



*Paid up. 



CAROLINA RAILROAD 



61 



Carolina Railroad Company 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 




C. I. Millard. 


Norfolk, Va. 


General Superintendent 


William Hayes 


Kinston, N. C. 


Treasurer 


M. Manly 


Norfolk, Va. 


Secretary 


M. S. Hawkins 


Norfolk, Va. 


General Freight and Passenger Agent 


J. F. Dalton 


Norfolk, Va. 


F. H. Hill.- 


Kinston, N. C. 









DIRECTORS. 

C. I. Millard, Norfolk. Va.; J. C. Nelms, Jr., Norfolk, Va.; M. S. Hawkins, Norfolk, Va.; M. Manly , 
Norfolk, Va.; William Hayes, Kinston, N. C.; A. T. Gerrans, New Bern, N. C. 



ROAD OPERATED. 



Hines Junction, N. C., to Snow Hill, N. C. (miles) 



13.86 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



1916 



1917 



Capital stock- 

Capital stock, per mile 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of equipment 

Cost of equipment, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile «. 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue. 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile... 

Revenue from other sources 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile 

Taxes paid.. 



35,000.00 


$ 35,000.00 


2,551.02 


2,525.25 


88,734.95 


92,197.83 


6,467.56 


6,652.08 


2,040.00 


2,040.00 


148. 69 


147.14 


6,616.25 


6,799.22 


26,650.95 


■28,577.22 


16,681.13 


18,204.73 


9,969.82 


10,372.49 


1,942.49 


2,061.84 


1,215.82 


1,313.47 


21,032.61 


23,713.51 


4,878.15 


4,530.94 


1,532.98 


1,710.93 


10,875 


9,720 


355.56 


$ 326.11 


740. 19 


332.77 


.0326 


.0293 


442.49 


521.32 



Employees, 1916: Number general officers, 6; office clerks, 7; station agents, 4; other station 
men, 3; enginemen, 2; firemen, 2; conductors, 1; other trainmen, 4; section foremen, 1; other track 
men, 6; total, 36. Employees, 1917: Number general officers, 6; office clerks, 4; station agents, 2; 
other station men, 2; enginemen, 1; firemen, 1; conductors, 1; other trainmen, 2; machinists, 1; 
section foremen, 1; other trackmen, 4; other employees, 1; total, 26. 



62 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway Company 



Year Ending December 31, 1916. 
OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 




Maik W. Potter- 


24 Broad St., New York, N. Y. 










I. McQuilkin. . 






Carl M. Owen 










General Solicitor.. ._ 






Comptroller .. 


I. McQuilkin 




Auditor 


John A. Muse 


Johnson City, Tenn. 


General Manager 


D. H. Phetteplace 


Erwin, Tenn. 









DIRECTORS. 

C. Ledyard Blair, New York, N. Y.; George L. Carter, Coolwood, W. Va.; John B. Dennis, New 
York, N. Y.; Robert F. Herrick, Boston, Mass.; I. McQuilkin, Johnson City, Tenn.; J.W. Pless, Marion, 
N. C; Mark W. Potter, Johnson City, Tenn.; Walter F. Rosen, New York, N. Y.; Thomas F. Ryan, 
Oak Ridge, Va.; W. K. Whigham, New York, N. Y. 



ROAD OPERATED. 



State of North Carolina (miles) 
Entire line (miles) 



117.41 
283.04 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



Entire Line 



State of 

North 

Carolina 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile • 

Funded debt 

Funded debt, per mile 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile.. 

Cost of equipment 

Cost of equipment, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue. 

Operatin g expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile. 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue. 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile 

Taxes paid.. ...^ 

Employees: Number, 1,406; employees compensation 



$36,500,000.00 

134,606.87 

23,723,000.00 

87,487.09 

47,877,589.46 

176,565.82 

7, 265; 846. 77 

26,795.42 

203,361.24 

3,056,764.56 

1,652,650.54 

1,404,114.02 

10,799.76 

5,838.93 

2,780,366.49 

276,398.07 

9,823.23 

435, 783 

$ 976.53 

.02483 

149,790.69 

1,126,238.65 



$*15,804,192.60 

134,606.87 

*10,271,859.24 

87,487.09 

*20,730,592.93 

176,565.82 

3,146,050.26 

26,795.42 

203,361.24 

1,205,114.62 

681,302.18 

523,812.44 

10,264.15 

5,802.76 

1,113,769.07 

91,345.55 

9,486.15 

127,451 

$ 672.59 

.02428 

40,945.17 



*Miloage basis. 



CAROLINA, CLINCHFIELD AND OHIO RAILWAY 



63 



Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway Company 



Year Ending December 31, 1917. 
OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 




Mark W. Potter 


24 Broad St., New York, N. Y., 


Vice-President -.. . ..- ... 




and Johnson City, Tenn, 
Johnson City, Tenn. 




I. McQuilkin 


Johnson City, Tenn. 




Edward C. Bailey 


24 Broad St., New York, N. Y. 


Treasurer— 


S. K. Lindsay 


Johnson City, Tenn. 


General Solicitor . 




Johnson City, Tenn. 




I. McQuilkin . 


Johnson City, Tenn. 






Johnson City, Tenn. 




L. H. Phetteplace 








Johnson City, Tenn, 









DIRECTORS. 

C. Ledyard Blair, New York, N. Y. ; John B. Dennis, New York, N. Y. ; Robert F. Herrick, Boston, 
Mass.; Mark W. Potter, New York, N. Y.; Walter F. Rosen, New York, N. Y.; Thomas F. Ryan, New 
York, N. Y. ; William Ritter, Washington, D. C. ; W. K. Wigham, New York, N. Y . ; J. W. Pless, Marion, 

isr. c. 

ROAD OPERATED. 



State of North Carolina (miles) 
Entire line (miles) 



117.40 

282.99 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 





Entire Line 


State of 

North 

Carolina 


■Capital stock . . 


136,500,000.00 

134,626.73 

25,262,000.00 

93,176.45 

48,113,054.46 

177,460.37 

8,079,937.45 

29,802.07 

207,262.44 

4,063,267.01 

2,333,597.10 

1,729,669.91 

14,358.34 

8,246.22 

3,662,142.33 

346,053.92 

12,940.89 

500,427 

$ 1,222.85 

55,070.76 

.02498 

215,414.58 

1,277,629.53 


1*15,805,178.10 
134 626 73 


•Capital stock, per mile. ...' .. 


Funded debt ... 


*10,938,915.23 
93 176 45 


Funded debt, per mile ... 


Cost of road .. ... . . . 


*20,833,847.44 
177 460 37 


Cost of road, per mile . 


Cost of equipment-. ..... 


*3 498 763 02 


Cost of equipment, per mile 


29 802 07 


Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue 


207,262.44 
1 553 872 23 


Operating expenses ..... . . 


889 763. 11 


Net operating revenue . 


664 109 12 


Operating revenue, per mile . . 


13,235.71 

7 578 90 


Operating expenses, per mile . .. 


Total freight revenue .. .. .. 


1 428 969 24 


Total passenger train service revenue.. .. . .. 


112 690.76 


Freight revenue, per mile. . . _ . . 


12 171.80 


Total number passengers carried earning revenue . 


140,087 


Passenger service train revenue, per mile 


$ 959.89 


Revenue from other sources . . .. . . 


12,212.23 


Average receipts per passenger, per mile .... .. . 


.02341 


Taxes paid . . 


47 017 29 


Employees: Number, 1,392; compensation 





*Mileage basis. 



64 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



Cliffside Railroad Company 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 






Cliffside, N. C. 


Vice-President 


W. H. Haynes 


Cliffside, N. C. 


Secretary and. Treasurer 


G. C. Haynes 


Cliffside, N C. ■ 


Traffic Manager 


Z. 0. Jenkins 


Cliffside, N. C. 


Auditor 


G. C. Shuford 


Cliffside, N. C 









DIRECTORS. 

Charles H. Haynes, Cliffside, N. C; W. H. Haynes, Cliffside, N. C; G. C. Haynes, Cliffside, N. C; 
Z. O. Jenkins, Cliffside, N. C. 



ROAD OPERATED. 



Cliffside, N. C, to West Henrietta and Avondale, N. C- (miles) 



5.00 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



1916 



1917 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt (money borrowed) 

Funded debt, per mile (money borrowed) 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of equipment 

Cost of equipment, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue.. 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile 

Taxes paid 



16,000.00 


$ 16,000.00 


3,200.00 


3,200.00 


47,144.75 


48,079.50 


9,428.95 


9,615.90 


73,586.09 


85,715.08 


14,717.22 


17,143.02 


2,400.00 


2,400.00 


480.00 


480.00 


15,197.22 


17,623.02 


15,195.94 


15,844.09 


8,816.00 


8,482.70 


6,379.94 


7,361.39 


3,039.19 


3,168.82 


1,763.20 


1,696.54 


14,646.59 


15,443.61 


549.35 


400.45 


2,929.32 


3,088.73 


6,000 


4,000 


109.87 


$ 80.09 


.03 


.03 


290.77 


425.06 



Employees, 1916: Number general officers, 4; office clerks, 1; station agents, 1; enginemen, 2; 
firemen, 2; conductors, 1; machinists, 1; section foremen, 1; other trackmen, 4; other employees, 1; 
total, 14. Employees, 1917: Number general officers, 4; office clerks, 1; station agents, 1; engine- 
men, 2; firemen, 2; conductors, 1; machinists, 1; section foremen, 1; other trackmen, 4; other em- 
ployees, 1; total, 18. 



DOVER AND SOUTHBOUND RAILROAD 



65 



Dover and Southbound Railroad Company 

(Goldsboro Lumber Company, Owner). 
OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 




W. A. Wimsatt 


Washington, D. C. 




D. W. Richardson 


Dover, N. C. 




W. B. H. Blandford 


Dover, N. C. 


Traffic Manager ... . 


N. S. Richardson 


Dover, N. C. 









DIRECTORS. 

W. A. Wimsatt, Washington, D. C; D.W. Richardson, Dover, N. C. ; W. A. H. Church, Washington, 
D. C; E. S. Johnson, Baltimore, Md. 



ROAD OPERATED. 




Dover, N. C, to Richlands, N. C. (miles) 


24.40 







CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 








1916 


1917 


Capital stock (Goldsboro Lumber Co.). . .. 


$ 100,000.00 

4,098.36 

80,000.00 

3,278.65 

25,547.25 

20,402.11 

5,145.14 

1,047.00 

836. 15 

18,988.71 

6,558.44 

778.23 

268.80 


$ 100,000.00 




4,098.36 


Cost of road and equipment.. ... 


78,000.00 




3, 170. 70 




30,542.77 




22,545.84 


Net operating revenue. .. 


7,996.93 


Operating revenue, per mile . ._.._. 


1,231.55 


Operating expenses, per mile.. .. .. 


909.00 


Total freight revenue.- . 


24,562.81 


Total passenger train service revenue.. . .. 


5,979.96 


Freight revenue, per mile 


990. 40 


Passenger service train revenue, per mile . 


241.25 







Employees, 1916: Number general officers, 3; office clerks, 1; station agents, 2; other station 
men, 1; enginemen, 2; firemen, 2; conductors, 2; other trainmen, 2; machinists, 3; carpenters, 3; 
other shopmen, 3; section foremen, 2; other trackmen, 8; other employees, 4; total, 38. Employees, 
1917: Number general officers, 3; office clerks, 1; station agents, 2; other station men, 1; enginemen 
2; firemen, 2; conductors, 2; other trainmen, 2; machinists, 3; carpenters, 3; other shopmen, 3; 
section foremen, 2; other trackmen, 8; other employees, 4, total, 38. 



Part II— 5 



N. C. CORPORATIOlSr COMMISSION 



Durham and South Carolina Railroad Company 





OFFICERS. 




Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President 


E. Williams 




General Manager or Superintendent 


Miles F. Figgat 


Durham, N. C. 


Secretary and Treasurer 


H. J,. Williams 


Lynchburg, Va. 


Trafl&c Manager... 


Miles F. Figgat 


Durham, N. C. 









DIRECTORS. 

E. Williams, Lynchburg, Va. ; H. L. Williams, Lynchburg, Va.; W. E. Harris, Lynchburg, Va.; 
Miles F. Figgat, Durham, N. C. 



ROAD OPERATED. 




Durham, N. C, to Duncan, N. C. (miles) 


42 







CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



1916 



1917 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt 

Funded debt, per mile 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile... 

Cost of equipment 

Cost of equipment, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile. 

Operating revenue. 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile 

Taxes paid 



500,000.00 


$ 500,000.00 


11,904.00 


11,904.00 


300,000.00 


300,000.00 


7,142.00 


7,142.00 


827,286.23 


827,286.23 


19,697.29 


19,697.29 


47,304.62 


47,304.62 


1,126.30 


1,126.30 


20,823.59 


20,823.59 


94,861.98 


92,985.58 


36,968.87 


44,188.33 


57,893.11 


48,797.25 


2,258.61 


2,213.94 


880.21 


1,052.10 


91,879.78 


89,491.98 


2,982.20 


3,493.60 


2,187.61 


2,130.76 


6,573 


6,855 


71.00 


$ 83.18 


.0156 


.012 


1.812.00 


2,222.09 



Employees, 1916: Number general officers, 4; office clerks, 3; station agents, 3; other station 
men, 1; enginemen, 1; firemen, 1; conductors, 1; other trainmen, 2; section foremen, 4; other track- 
men, 14; other employees , 1 ; total, 35. Employees, 1917: Number general officers, 4; office clerks, 3; 
station agents, 3; other station men, 1; enginemen, 1; firemen, 1; conductors, 1; other trainmen, 2; 
section foremen, 4; other trackmen, 14; other employees, 1; total, 35. 



DURHAM: AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY 



67 



Durham and Southern Railway Company 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President- 


B. N. Duke 


511 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. 


Vice-President 


George W. Watts 


Durham, N. C. 


Vice-President 


S. H. Reams 


Durham, N. C, 


Secretary 


A. B. Canthen 


Durham, N. C. 


Treasurer . 


W. H. Smith 


Durham, N. C. 


General Counsel . 


James Fuller 


Durham, N. C. 


Auditor 


A. B. Canthen 


Durham, N. C. 


General Manager- 


S. H. Reams 


Durham, N. C. 









DIRECTORS. 

B. N. Duke, 511 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y.; George W. Watts, Durham, N. C; Lawrence S. Holt, 
Burlington, N. C; W. A. Erwin, West Durham, N. C; J. B. Mason, Durham, N. C; C. McD. Carr, 
Durham, N. C; C. C. Thomas, Durham, N. C; W. C. Bradsher, Durham, N. C; T. B. Fuller, Durham, 
N. C; S. H. Reams. Durham, N. C; J. Harper Erwin, Durham, N. C; H. C. Satterfield, Durham, 
N. C. 

ROAD OPERATED. 



East Durham, N. C, to Dunn, N. C. (miles).... 
Durham, N. C, to East Durham, N. C. (miles). 



56.87 
2.10 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 





1916 


1917 


Capital stock . 


$ 1,350,000.00 

23,738.35 

1,329,699.72 

23,381.39 

167,408.64 

2,943.70 

26,325.09 

375,196.43 

175,706.95 

199,489.48 

6,362.49 

2, 979". 60 

326,518.81 

40,693.71 

5,367.45 

83,453 

$ 690.07 

7,983.91 

.01892 

17,685.94 

125 
$ 77,443.45 


$ 1,350,000.00 


Capital stock, per mile ., 


23,738.35 


Cost of road . . 


1,346,673.78 


Cost of road, per mile 


23,679.86 


Cost of equipment- _.- -_ --.._. ... . . 


166,216.29 


Cost of equipment, per mile -.. ... 


2,922.74 


Cost of road and equipment, per mile.- 


26, 602. 60 


Operating revenue ._ .. . 


388,039.52 


Operating expenses . . 


209,774.88 


Net operating revenue ., . 


178,264.64 


Operating revenue, per mile _.. ... -. - 


6,580.29 


Operating expenses, per mile , 


3,557.32 


Total freight revenue . _._ 


337,607.30 


Total passenger train service revenue 


41,501.73 


Freight revenue, per mile 


5,725.07 


Total number passengers carried earning revenue 


65,904 


Passenger service train revenue, per mile 


$ 703.78 


Revenue from other sources . . 


8,930.49 


Average receipts per passenger, per mile.. -... 


.02824 


Taxes paid . 


25,800.00 


Employees: 

Number . 


136 


Compensation ... 


$ 96,610.27 







68 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



East Carolina Railway Company 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President 


Henry Clark Bridgers 


Tarboro, N. C. 


General Manager ... 


Henry Clark Bridgers 


Tarboro, N. C. 


Secretary ._ 


A. D. Fowlkes 


Tarboro, N. C. 


Treasurer .. .. .. . 


Henry Clark Bridgers 


Tarboro, N. C. 


Traffic Manager . ... _ 


Henry Clark Bridgers 


Tarboro, N. C. 









DIRECTORS. 

Henry Clark Bridgers, Tarboro, N. C; W. J. Turnage, Farmville, N. C; John L. Bridgers, Tar- 
boro, N. C; J. R. Davis, Farmville, N. C; H. P. Foxhall, Tarboro, N. C; B. F. D. Albritton, Hooker- 
ton, N. C; A. D. Fowlkers, Tarboro, N. C. 



ROAD OPERATED. 




Tarboro, N. C, to Hookerton, N. C. (miles) 


38.20 







CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



1916 



1917 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt 

Funded debt, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per a>ile 

Operating expenses, per mile, 

Total freight revenue.. 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue. 

Revenue from other sources 

Taxes paid 



55,500.00 


S 55,500.00 


1,452.88 


1,452.88 


300,000.00 


300,000.00 


7,854.03 


7,853.40 


281,413.82 


281,413.82 


7,366.85 


7,366.85 


84,500.96 


92,781.60 


57,571.23 


81,292.89 


26,929.73 


11,488.71 


2,212.00 


2,428.84 


1,509.50 


2,128.08 


67,608.35 


73,967.28 


13,570.30 


17,031.38 


1,769.80 


1,936.31 


38,620 




3,322.31 


$ 1,782.94 


1,471.88 


2,600.64 



Employees, 1917: Number general officers, 3; office clerks, 5; station agents, 7; other station 
men, 1; enginemen, 2; firemen, 2; conductors, 2; other trainmen, 4; machinists, 1; carpenters, 1; 
other shopmen, 4; section foremen, 4; other trackmen, 16; other employees, 1; total, 53. 



EAST TENNESSEE AND WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD 



69 



East Tennessee and Western North Carolina Railroad Company 





OFFICERS. 




Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President 


F. P. Howe—. 


Johnson City. Tenn. 


Vice-President and Superintendent 


George W. Hardin 


Johnson City, Tenn. 


Secretary 


A. H. Fisher... 


Johnson City, Tenn. 


Treasurer 


J. E. Vance 


Johnson City, Tenn. 









DIRECTORS. 

Henry Lewis, Philadelphia, Pa.; Frank P. Howe, Philadelphia, Pa.; Edger P. Earle, Philadelphia 
Pa.; George W. Hardin, Johnson City, Tenn.; J. H. Epps, Jonesboro, Tenn.; J. E. Vance, Johnson City, 
Tenn. 

ROAD OPERATED. 





TO- 


Miles 


FROM- 


North 
Carolina 


Total 


Buffalo Bridge. Tenn. 


Smalling, Tenn. .. 






2.00 


Johnson City, Tenn.. . 


Cranberry, N. C 


3.18 


34 18 








Totals 


3.18 




36.18 









CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 





1916 


1917 


Capital stock .... 


$ 501,900.00 

13,872.00 

500,000.00 

13,820.00 

898,606.47 

24,837.10 

236,168.73 

6,527.60 

31,364.70 

271,161.64 

141,404.85 

129,756.79 

7,494.79 

3,908.37 

211,304.95 

53,528.95 

5,840.35 

139,122 

$ 1,479.52 

6,327.74 

.029222 

635.55 


$ 501,900 00 


Capital stock, per mile... .. .. . . 


13 872 00 


Funded debt . . .... 


500,000 00 


Funded debt, per mile 


13,820 00 


Cost of road-, .. _. 


897,281 16 


Cost of road, per mile . 


24,800 48 


Cost of equipment.. 


251 613 45 


Cost of equipment, per mile . .. .. 


6,954 49 


Cost of load and equipment, per mile.. 


31,754 97 


Operating revenue. .... 


288,404.04 


Operating expenses _ .. . 


179,018 21 


Net operating revenue. . .. _. 


109,385 83 


Operating revenue, per mile . .. ... .. .. 


7,971.37 


Operating expenses, per mile . . ._ 


4,947.99 




228,211.88 
54,539 33 


Total passenger train service revenue . . 


Freight revenue, per mi]e. . . . 


6,307.68 


Total number passengeis carried earning revenue 


122,721 




$ 1,507.44 




5,652.83 




.0287 


Taxes paid 


660. 14 







Employees, 1916: Number general officers, 4; office clerks, 4; station agents, 8; other station 
men, 12; enginemen, 5; firemen, 5; conductors, 5; other trainmen, 10; machinists, 2; carpenters, 6; 
other shopmen, 6; telegraph operators, 8; section foremen, 5; other trackmen, 28; other employees, 
10; total, 118. Employees, 1917: Number general officers, 4; office clerks, 5 ; station agents, 8; other 
station men, 22; enginemen, 4; firemen, 4; conductors, 4; other trainmen, 9; machinists, 2; carpen- 
ters, 5; other shopmen, 8; telegraph operators, S; section foremen, 6; other trackmen, 87; other 
employees, 18; total, 194. 



70 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



Elkin and Alleghany Railway Company 

OFFICERS. 











John A. Mills 


Raleigh, N. C. 


General Manager or Superintendent .. . 


C. B. Penny . .. . 


Elkin, N. C. 






Elkin, N. C. 









DIRECTORS. 

John A. Mills, Raleigh, N. C; H. G. Chatham, Winston-Salem, N. C; Alex. Chatham, Jr., Elkin, 
N. C; J. C. Smoot, North Wilkesboro, N. C; R. M. Chatham, Elkin, N. C; A. Chatham, Sr., Elkin, 
N. C; A. H. Eller, Winston-Salem, N. C; T. L. Gwyn, Elkin, N. C; G. W. Hinshaw. Winston-Salem, 
N. C; A. G. Click, Elkin, N. C; G. T. Roth, Elkin, N. C; C. C. Smoot, North WiJkesboro, N. C; 
A. M. Smith, Elkin, N. C; R. A. Doughton, Sparta, N. C; E. F. McNeer, Elkin, N. C; C. W. Smith, 
Laurel Branch, N. C; J. S. Atkinson, Elkin N. C; R. H. Hackler, Sparta, N. C; J. F. Hendren, Elkin, 
N. C; J. W. Ring, Elkin, N. C; A. A Woodruff, Cherry Lane, N. C; J. M. Reece, Elkin, N. C; John 
T. Miles, Cherry Lane, N. C. 

ROAD OPERATED. 



Elkin, N. C, to Veneer, N. C. (miles) 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt 

Funded debt, per mile 

Cost of road... 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of equipment 

Cost of equipment, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile_.- 

Operating revenue... 

Operating expenses 

Net operating deficit 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue. 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile 

Revenue from other sources 

Taxes paid 



1916 



1917 



$ 476,300.00 


$ 476,300.00 


31,753.33 


29,706.00 


480,000.00 


672,000.00 


32,000.00 


42,000.00 


960,974.43 


1,008,494.04 


64,064.96 


63,030.88 


16,411.64 


18,000.00 


1,094.11 


1,125.00 


75,159.07 


64,155.88 


8,489.98 


11,460.69 


17,905.38 


16,903.73 


9,415.40 


5,443.04 


565.99 


716.27 


1,193.69 


1,056.48 


6,364.27 


9,665.12 


1,496.25 


1,096.28 


424.28 


603.95 


99.75 


685.18 


629.46 


699.29 


606.25 


600. 00 



Employees, 1916: Number general oflScers, 1; office clerks, 1; station agents, 1; enginemen, 1; 
firemen, 1; conductors, 1; other trainmen, 1; section foremen, 1; other trackmen, 5; total, 13. Em- 
ployees, 1917: Number general officers, 1; office clerks, 1; station agents, 1; other station men, 1; 
enginemen, 1; firemen, 1; conductors, 1; section foremen, 1; other trackmen, 7; other employees, 6; 
total, 21. 



KINSTON CAROLINA RAILROAD AND LUMBER COMPANY 



71 



Kinston Carolina Railroad and Lumber Company 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


OflScial Address 




C. I. Millard 


Norfolk, Va. 




William Hayes 


Kinston, N. C. 




M. S. Hawkins 


Norfolk, Va. 




M. Manly. 


Norfolk, Va. 




J. F. Dalton 


Norfolk, Va. 




F. H. Hill 


Kinston, N. C. 









DIRECTORS. 



C. I. Millard, Norfolk, Va.; J. C. Nelms, Jr., Norfolk, Va.; M. S. Hawkins, Norfolk, Va.; M. 
Manly, Norfolk, Va. 

ROAD OPERATED. 



Kinston, N. C, to Beulaville, N. C. (miles) 



30 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 





1916 


1917 




$ 35,000.00 

1,166.66 

15,000.00 

500.00 

55,994.53 

1,866.48 

29,083.77 

969.46 

2,835.94 

44,511.34 

33,443.88 

11,067.46 

1,483.71 

1,114.80 

34,705.87 

8,912.90 

1,156.84 

17,873 

$ 297.09 

892.57 

.01661 

423.74 


$ 35,000.00 
1 166 66 




Funded debt 




Funded debt, per mile .. 




Cost of road ...,. 


58,129.61 
1 937 65 


Cost of equipment 


30,910.27 
1 030 34 




Cost of road and equipment, per mile . 


2,967.99 
57,638.35 
44,780.57 
12,857.78 

1 921 27 


Operating revenue 


Operating expenses 


Net operating revenue 


Operating revenue, per mile.. 


Operating expenses, per mile 


1 492 68 


Total freight revenue 


44,470.72 
12 121 57 


Total passenger train service revenue 


Freight revenue, per mile 


1,482,35 

21,787 

$ 404 05 


Total number passengers carried earnini; revenue 


Passenger service train revenue, per mile 


Revenue from other sources 


1,046.06 
01855 


Average receipts per passenger, per mile 


Taxes paid 


454 18 







Employees, 1916: Number general oflScers, 6; office clerks, 4; station agents, 3; other station 
men, 1; enginemen, 2; firemen, 2; conductors, 1; other trainmen, 4; machinists, 6; section foremen, 
3; other trackmen, 13; total, 45. Employees, 1917: Number general officers, 6; office clerks, 5; sta- 
tion agents, 3; other station men, 1; enginemen, 2; firemen, 2; conductors, 1; other trainmen, 4; 
machinists, 1; carpenters, 1; other shopmen, 3; section foremen, 3; other trackmen, 22; other em- 
ployees, 1; total, 55. 



72 



N. .0. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



Laurinburg and Southern Railroad Company 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President . 


John F. McNair 


Laurinburg, N. C. 


General Manager or Superintendent 


James A. Jones.. 






Laurinburg, N. C. 
Laurinburg, N. C. 


Traffic Manager, 1917. 


G. Y. Jones. . 







DIRECTORS. 

John F. McNair, Laurinburg, N. C.; A. A. James, Laurinburg, N. C.; G. F. Avinger, Laurinburg, 
N. C; J. L. McNair, Laurinburg. N. C.; John Blue, Laurinburg, N. C.; N. G. Wade, Jacksonville, 
Fla.; D. M. Flynn, Jacksonville, Fla. 



ROAD OPERATED. 



Johns, N. C., to Wagram, N. C. (miles) 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt 

Funded debt, per mile 

Cost of road- 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of equipment 

Cost of equipment, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile. 

Operating revenue.. 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue 

Total passenger train service revenue.. 

Freight revenue, per mi'e 

Revenue from other sources 

Taxes paid 




50,000.00 

2,777.77 

100,000.00 

5,555.55 

144,617.95 

8,034.33 

35,347.46 

1,963.74 

9,998.07 

53,340.78 

34,981.89 

18,358.89 

2,963.37 

1,943.43 

50,788.03 

2,552.75 

2,821.55 



2,415. 



1917 



50,000.00 

2,777.77 

100,000.00 

5,555.55 

142,140.18 

7,896.00 

30,045.33 

1,669.00 

9,565.00 

62,477.50 

37,196.06 

25,281.44 

3.471.00 

2,066.00 

59,679.71 

1,929.92 

3,315.00 

867.87 

1,917.49 



Employees 1916: Number general officers, 2; station agents, 2; other station men, 2; engine- 
men, 2; firemen, 2; conductors, 2; other trainmen, 2; section foremen, 1; other trackmen, 5; total, 20. 
Employees, 1917: Number general officers, 2; station agents, 2; other station men, 2; enginemen, 1; 
firemen, 1; conductors, 1; other trainmen, 3; section foremen, 1; other trackmen, 5; total, 18. 



LAWNDALE RAILWAY AND INDUSTRIAL COMPANY 



73 



Lawndale Railway and Industrial Company 





OFFICERS. 




Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President . 


John F. Schenck 

John F. Schenck 

John F. Schenck 

F. C. Reynolds 

Carme Elam 


Lawndale, N. C. 


General Manager or Superintendent . .. 
Treasurer 


Lawndale, N. C. 
Lawndale, N. C. 


Secretary 


70 Thomas St., New York, N. Y. 


Traffic Manager 


Lawndale, N. C. 









DIRECTORS. 

John F. Schenck, Lawndale, N. C; John F. Schenck, Jr., Lawndale, N. C; J. C. Reynolds, 70 
Thomas St., New York, N. Y.; F. C. Reynolds, 70 Thomas St., New York, N. Y. 



ROAD OPERATED. 



Lawndale, N. C, to Shelby, N. C. fmiles) , 



^n.46 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



1916 



1917 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of equipment 

Cost of equipment, per mile. 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue _ 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile.. 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile 
Taxes paid 



60,000.00 


$ 60,000.00 


6,622.51 


6,622.51 


56,752.20 


56,881.14 


6,264.04 


6,278.27 


22 138.73 


22,088.73 


2,443.56 


2,438.05 


8,707.60 


8,716.32 


15,602.87 


14,389.76 


15,933.41 


14,232.29 


t330.54 


157.47 


1,361.51 


1,255.65 


1,390.35 


1,241.91 


13,633.06 


13,039.28 


1,969.81 


1,350.48 


1,189.61 


1,137.81 


171.90 


117.84 


266.13 


432.24 



Employees, 1916: Number general officers, 2; office clerks, 2; station agents, 2; enginemen, 1; 
firemen, 1; conductors, 1; other trainmen, 2; machinists, 1; carpenters, 1; other shopmen, 3; sec- 
tion foremen, 1; other trackmen, 7. Total, 24. Employees, 1917: Number general officers, 2; office 
clerks, 2; station agents, 2; enginemen, 1; firemen, 1; conductors, 1; other trainmen, 2; machinists, 
1; carpenters, 1; other shopmen, 2; section foremen, 1; other trackmen, 6; total, 22. 



*We own 9.06 miles, and use 2.4 miles of Seaboard Air Line Railway Co.'s tracks, making 11.46 
miles operated. 
tDeficit. 



74 



I^. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



Linville River Railway Company 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President 


Edgar P. Earle 


Johnson City, Tenn 


Vice-President 


Ario Pardee 


Johnson City, Tenn 




A. H. Fisher 






Geo. W. Hardin... 


Johnson City, Tenn. 
Johnson City, Tenn. 


Treasurer . 


J. E. Vance.. 









DIRECTORS. 

Henry Lewis, Philadelphia, Pa.; Ario Pardee, Philadelphia, Pa.; Frank P. Howe, Philadelphia, 
Pa.; George W. Hardin, Johnson City, Tenn.; Edgar P. Earle, Philadelphia, Pa.; J. E. Vance, 
Johnson City, Tenn.; J. H. Epps, Jonesboro, Tenn.; D. W. Mackie, Cranberry, N. C. 



ROAD OPERATED. 



Cranberry, N. C, to Pineola, N. C. (miles) 

Montezuma, N. C, to ShuUs Mills, N. C. (miles) 



12.0 
13.6 



25. 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



1916 



1917 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of equipment 

Cost of equipment, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue.. 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile ..- 

Revenue from other sources 

Average receipts per passenger per mile 

Taxes paid 



00,000.00 


$ 300,000.00 


7,812.50 


11,718.75 


74,093.25 


75,785.35 


6,174.43 


2,960.37 


16,300.00 


31,300.00 


1,358.33 


1,222.65 


7,532.77 


4,183.02 


33,645.15 


75,153.81 


30,810.08 


69,195.33 


2,835.07 


5,958.48 


2,803.76 


2,935.70 


2,567.50 


2,702.94 


26,566.82 


58,680.71 


6,628.04 


15,866.88 


2,213.90 


2,292.21 


233.23 


393.50 


552.33 


619.80 


450.29 


606.22 


.0420 


.03549 


478.00 


284.18 



Employees, 1916: Number general officers, 3; office clerks, 3; station agents, 6; enginemen, 2; 
firemen, 2; conductors, 2; other trainmen, 4; section foremen, 3; other trackmen, 42; other em- 
ployees, 38; total, 105. Employees, 1917: Number general officers, 3; office clerks, 3; station agents, 
6; enginemen, 3; firemen, 3; conductors, 3; other trainmen, 6; section foremen, 4; other trackmen, 
49; other employees, 28; total, 108. 



LOUISVILLE AND ISTASHVILLE KAILROAD 



75 



Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 




Milton H. Smith 


Louisville, Ky. 




Benjamin M. Stark 


Louisville, Ky. 




William W. Thompson. 


Louis\'ille, Ky. 




J. H. ElUs 


Louisville, Ky. 




Charles B. Compton... 


Louisville, Ky. 


Traffic Alanager — Passenger 


Wm A Russell 


Louisville, Ky. 









DIRECTORS. 

Milton H. Smith, Louisville, Ky.; Warren Delano, New York, N. Y.; George C. Jenkins, Balti- 
more, Md.; August Belmont, New York, N. Y.; Edward W. Sheldon, New York, N. Y.; George B. 
Elliott, Wilmington, N. C; John I. Waterbury, Morristown, N. J.; L. W. Botts, Louisville, Ky.; 
Lyman Delano, Wilmington, N. C; W. G. Oakman, New York, N. Y.; W. L. Mapother, Louisville, 
Ky.; H. Walters, Baltimore, Md.; F. B. Adams, New York, N. Y. 

ROAD OPERATED. 



Georgia-North Carolina State Line to Murphy, N. C. (miles). ... 


13.20 


Entire line — 1916 (miles) ... 


5,070.36 


Entire line— 1917 (miles) 


5,074.07 







CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



1916 



1917 



Capital stock. 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt 

Funded debt, per mile 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of equipment 

Cost of equipment, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue. 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue , 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue. 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile... 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue- 
Passenger service train revenue, per mile 

Revenue from other sources 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile 

Taxes paid 



$72,000,000.00 

14,632.42 

171,376,825.00 

34,828.58 

217,603,975.28 

44,223.24 

56,452,606.81 

11,472.75 

55,695.99 

64,928,120.59 

42,042,111.35 

22,886,009.24 

12,835.55 

8,311.25 

47,727,974.95 

15,653,318.76 

9,435.28 

12,516,777 

$ 3,093.06 

1,546,826.88 

.02177 

1.245.77 



S 72,000,000.00 

14,545.98 

169,689,825.00 

34,282.02 

221,418,346.88 

46,331.23 

65,416,863.31 

13,494.30 

59,825.53 

76,907,387.16 

52,998,758.54 

23,908,628.62 

15,160.62 

10,477.55 

55,678,079.89 

19,871,523.49 

10,975.72 

14,152,986 

S 3,917.24 

1,357,783.78 

.02202 

1.365.56 



Employees, 1916: Number general officers, 355; office clerks, 3,228; station agents, 416; other 
station men, 2,267; enginemen, 1,077; firemen, 1,139; conductors, 935; other trainmen, 2.948; machin- 
ists, 658; carpenters, 3,841; other shopmen, 4,641; telegraph operators, 549; section foremen, 908; 
other trackmen, 8,013; other employees, 5,904; total, 36,879. Employees, 1917: Number general 
officers, 372; office clerks, 3,594; station agents, 446; other station men, 2,524; enginemen, 1,199; fire- 
men, 1,284; conductors, 1,076; other trainmen, 3,294; machinists, 703; carpenters, 4.214; other shop- 
men, 5,060; telegraph operators, 614; section foremen, 915; other trackmen, 7,514; other employees, 
6,367; total, 39,176. 



76 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



Madison County Railway Company 

OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President 


Edgar H. Betts 


Troy, N. Y. 


General Manager or Superintendent 


W. N. Garrett— 


Stackhouse, N. C. 


Secretary and Treasurer — 1917 


Paul J. Bean 


Troy, N. Y. 









DIRECTORS. 

E. H. Betts, Troy, N. Y.; P. J. Bean, Troy, N. Y.; A. B. Cobden, Troy, N. Y.; M. L. Davis, 
Troy, N. Y.; Wm. Garrett, Stackhouse, N. C; W. H. Hardy, Troy, N. Y. 



ROAD OPERATED. 



Runion, N. C., to Belva, N. C— 1917— (miles) 

Runion, N. C, to Allanstand, N. C— 1916— (miles) . 



7.2 
10.00 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 





1916 


1917 


Capital stock 


$ 50,000.00 

5,000.00 

100,000.00 

10,000.00 

200,000.00 

20,000.00 

25,000.00 

2,500.00 

22,500.00 

23,226.62 

25,021.61 

*1,794.99 

2,322.66 

2,502.16 

23,137.62 

89.00 

2,313.76 

356 

$ 8.90 

.025 


$ 50,000.00 


Capital stock, per mile . 


6,945.00 


Funded debt 


100,000.00 


Funded debt, per mile 


13,890.00 


Cost of road 


127,192.65 


Cost of road, per mile 




Cost of equipment 




Cost of equipment, per mile . . _ 




Cost of road and equipment, per mile 


17,665.65 


Operating revenue. ._. . 


39,189.03 


Operating expenses. . . 


37,678.26 


Net operating revenue. .. 


1,510.77 


Operating revenue, per mile _ .. 


5,442.92 




5,233.09 




39,018.93 




170.10 




5,419.29 


Total number passengers carried earning revenue 






$ 23.62 


Average receipts per passenger, per mile 




Taxes paid 


651.85 









Employees, 1916: Number general officers, 2; office clerks, 2; enginemen, 2; firemen, 2; conduc- 
tors, 1; other trainmen, 2; machinists, 5; section foremen, 3; other trackmen, 20; other employees, 3; 
total, 42. Employees, 1917: Number general officers, 1; office clerks, 1; enginencuen, 2; firemen, 2; 
conductors, 2; other trainmen, 3; machinists, 2; other shopmen, 2; section foremen, 1; other track- 
men, 4; other employees, 1; total, 21. 



^Deficit. 



MAXTON, ALMA AND SOUTHBOUND RAILROAD 



77 



Maxton, Alma and Southbound Railroad Company 





OFFICERS. 




Title 


Name 


Official Address 




A. J. McKinnon 


Alma, N. C. 




C. J. Cottingham 


Alma, N. C. 




A. J. Steed 


Alma, N. C. 









DIRECTORS. 

A. J. McKinnon, Maxton, N. C; C. J. Cottingham, Alma, N. C; A. J. Steed, Alma, N. C; A. L. 
Bullock, Rowland, N. C; J. W. Ward, Rowland, N. C; Sallie Lou McKinnon, Maxton, N. C; John 
F. McNair, Louisburg, N. C. 



ROAD OPERATED. 



Alma, N. C, to Rowland, N. C. (miles). 



15.15 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 





1916 


1917 


Capital stock .. 


$ 75,000.00 

4,950.00 

116,259.21 

7,673.87 

29,223.89 

1,928.96 

9,602.83 

21,771.91 

16,779.89 

4,992.02 

1,437.09 

1,107.58 

16,658.32 

3,912.05 

1,099.55 

10,044 

$ 258.22 

1,201.54 

.032142 

509.75 


$ 75,000.00 


Capital stock, per mile . .. 


4,950.43 


Cost of road . . 


116,508.38 


Cost of road, per mile . . 


7,690.32 


Cost of equipment 


29,223.89 


Cost of equipment, per mile 


1,928.97 


Cost of road and equipment, per mile 


9,619.29 


Operating revenue . ... 


27,687 46 


Operating expenses . . 


20,074 02 


Net operating revenue 


7,613.44 


Operating revenue, per mile... 


1,827.55 


Operating expenses, per mile 


1,325.01 


Total freight revenue . . 


21 801 21 


Total passenger train service revenue 


4,658.51 


Freight revenue, per mile u 


1 439 02 


Total number passengers carried earning revenue... 


12,374 


Passenger service train revenue, per mile 


$ 307.49 


Revenue from other sources 


1,227.74 


Average receipts per passenger, per mile .. . 


.032146 


Taxes paid . . 


468.08 







Employees, 1916: Number general officers, 3; office clerks, 1; station agents, 5; other station 
men, 2; enginemen, 1; firemen, 1; conductors, 1; other trainmen, 1; section foremen, 2; other track- 
men, 8; total, 25. Employees, 1917; Number general officers, 3; office clerks, 1; station agents, 5 ; 
otherstationmen, 2; enginemen, 1; firemen, 1; conductors, 1; other trainmen, 1; section foremen, 2 ; 
other trackmen, 8; total, 25. 



78 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



New Hanover Transit Company 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President 


A. W. Pate 


Trust Building, Wilmington N C 


Secretary and Treasurer.. . .. 


Joseph J. Loughlin 


Trust Building, Wilmington, N C. 









DIRECTORS. 

Woodus Kellum, Wilmington, N. C; J. Sig. Zulwsky, Wilmington, N. C.; L. W. Davis, Wilming- 
ton, N. C; Joseph J. Loughlin, Wilmington, N. C; A. W. Pate, Wilmington, N. C. 



ROAD OPERATED. 



Pier on Cape Fear River to Carolina Beach (miles) 



3.50 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 





1916 


1917 


Capital stock 


$ 17,500.00 

5,000.00 

5,000.00 

1,425.00 

1,400.00 

400.00 

1,825.00 

941.07 

1,835.67 

*894.60 

268.87 

524.47 

85.69 

855.38 

24.48 

9,417 

$ 244.39 

536.31 

.013 

35.07 


$ 17,500.00 


Capital stock, per mile . .. 


5,000.00 


Cost of road 


5,000.00 


Cost of road, per mile . . . 


1,500.00 


Cost of equipment . . . . .. 


1,400.00 


Cost of equipment, per mile . .. .. 


400.00 


Cost of road and equipment, per mile . . 


1,825.00 


Operating revenue ..... . 


471.16 


Operating expenses .. 


1,746.19 


Net operating revenue . ... 


*1,275.03 


Operating revenue, per mile 


134.60 


Operating expenses, per mile 


498.90 


Total freight revenue.. .. 


78.35 




392.81 




22.38 




3,928 




$ 112.23 




529.30 




.013 


Taxes paid 


199.47 







Employees, 1916: Number general officers, 2; office clerks, 1; enginemen, 1; firemen, 1; con- 
ductors, 1; other trainmen, 1; total, 7. Employees, 1917: Number general officers, 2; office clerks, 1; 
enginemen, 1; firemen, 1; conductors, 1; other trainmen, 1; total, 7. 

•Deficit. 



XOKFOLK AND WESTERX RAILWAY 



79 



Norfolk and Western Railway Company 

Year Endixg December 31, 1916. 
OFFICERS. 



Title 




Official Address 



President 

First Vice-President 

Vice-President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

General Counsel-.. 

General Solicitor 

Comptroller 

Assistant to Comptroller 

Auditor of Receipts 

Auditor of Disbiu^ements 

General Manager \ 

' Chief Engineer ! 

Superintendent Motive Power 

General Superintendent 

General Superintendent 

Freight Traffic Manager 

Passenger Traffic Manager 



L. E. Johnson Roanoke, Va. 

X. D. Maher. Roanoke, Va. 

Wm. G. MacdoweU Commercial Trust Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa. 

T. S. Davant Roanoke, Va. 

E. H. Alden Commercial Trust Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Jos. B. Lacy Roanoke, Va. 

Jos. I. Doran Commercial Trust Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Theo. W. Reath Commercial Trust Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Joseph W. Coxe Roanoke, Va. 

Gooch Vaughan Roanoke, Va. 

Walter Macdowell Roanoke, Va. 

W. H. Wilson. Roanoke, Va. 

A. C. Xeedles Roanoke, Va. 

Jos. E. CraAivford Roanoke, Va. 

W. H. Lewis Roanoke, Va. 

V. A. Riton Roanoke, Va. 

W. J. Jenks... Bluefield, W. Va. 

J. R. Ruffin Roanoke, Va. 

W. B. Be\-ill Roanoke, Va. 



DIRECTORS. 

Joseph I. Doran, Philadelphia, Pa.; Victor Morawetz, Xew York, N. Y.; John P. Green, Phila- 
delphia, Pa.; L. E, Johnson, Roanoke, Va.; Wm. G. Macdowell, Philadelphia, Pa.; H. C. Frick, 
Pittsburg. Pa.; Joseph Wood, Pittsburg Pa.; W. W. Atterbury, Philadelphia, Pa.; N. D, Maher, 
Roanoke, Va.; M. C. Kennedy, Chambersburg, Pa.; D. W. Flickwir, Roanoke, Va. 





ROAD OPERATED. 




State of Xorth Carolina (miles) 


90.56 


Entire line (miles) 


2,059.17 









80 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 





Entire Line 


State of 

North 

Carolina 


Capital stock 


$142,167,200.00 

68,638.68 

93,894,500.00 

45,332.50 

205,852,671.55 

99,386.19 

61,506,110.20 

29,695.31 

129,081.50 

59,449,981.61 

33,508,732.16 

25,941,249.45 

28,582.96 

16,110.66 

51,114,186.30 

7,151,866.90 

24,575.19 

8,614,595 

$ 3,438.55 

1,183,928.41 

.02145 

2,480,000.00 

27,169 

$21,751,463.58 


$ 6,186,404.23 




*68,638.68 


Funded debt 


*4, 085, 818.22 


Funded debt, per mile 


45,332.50 


Cost of road 


3,317,604.33 


Cost of road, per mile 


36,809.10 


Cost of equipment 


1,637,669.29 


Cost of equipment, per mile 


18,170.07 


Coat of road and equipment, per mile 


54,979.17 


Operating revenue 


709,957.18 


Operating expenses 


551,388.32 


Net operating revenue 


158,568.86 


Operating revenue, per mile . .. 


7,839.63 


Operating expenses, per mile. .. 


6,088.65 


Total freight revenue . 


554,653.95 


Total passenger train service revenue 


129,298.78 


Freight revenue, per mile 


6,124.71 


Total number passengers carried earning revenue . . _. 


119,784 


Passenger service train revenue, per mile 


$ 1,427.77 


Revenue from other sources 


26,004.45 


Average receipts per passenger, per mile.. 


.02223 


Taxes paid 


29,949.24 


Employees: Number . . .. 




Employees compensation- 









"Mileage basis. 



NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILWAY 



81 



Norfolk and Western Railway Company 

Year Ending December 31, 1917. 
OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 




L. E. Johnson 


Roanoke, Va. 
Roanoke, Va. 
Roanoke, Va. 
Commercial Trust Bldg. 
Roanoke, Va. 
Roanoke, Va. 
Commercial Trust Bldg. 
Roanoke, Va. 
Commercial Trust Bldg. 
Commercial Trust Bldg. 
Roanoke, Va. 
Roanoke, Va. 
Roanoke, Va. 
Roanoke, Va. 
Roanoke, Va. 
Roanoke, Va. 
Roanoke, Va. 
Roanoke, Va. 
Bluefields, W. Va. 
Roanoke, Va. 
Roanoke, Va. 


Philadelphia 

Philadelphia 

Philadelphia 
Philadelphia 




President 


N. D. Maher. 




Vice-President 


A. C. Needles 




Vice-President 


Wm. G. Macdowell 

T. S. Davant 


Pa 


Vice-President 




Assistant to President 


Charles S. Churchill.... 
E. H. Alden 




Secretary . 


Pa 


Treasurer 










Pa 


General Solicitor 


Theo. W. Reath. 


Pa 




Joseph W. Coxe 




Assistant to Comptroller. 








Walter Macdowell 

W. H. Wilson .. 








General Manager 


W. J. Jenks.. 




Chief Engineer 


Jos. E. Crawford 

W. H. Lewis 










V. A. Riton. . 




General Superintendent 


J. T. Carey- 




Freight Traffic Manager... 


J. R. Ruffin 




Passenger Traffic Manager 


W. B. Bevill... 











DIRECTORS. 

Joseph I. Doran, Philadelphia, Pa.; Victor Morawetz, New York, N. Y.; John P. Green, Phila- 
delphia, Pa.; L. E. Johnson, Roanoke, Va.; Wm. G. Macdowell, Philadelphia, Pa.; H. C. Frick, 
Pittsburg, Pa.; Joseph Wood, Pittsburgh, Pa.; W. W. Atterbury, Philadelphia, Pa.; N. D. Maher, 
Roanoke, Va.; M. C. Kennedy, Chambersburg, Pa.; D. W. Flickwir, Roanoke, Va. 



ROAD OPERATED. 



State of North Carolina (miles). 
Entire line (miles) 



2,085.47 



Part II— 6 



^^ 



N". C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



Entire Line 



State of 

North 

Carolina 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt 

Funded debt, per mile 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile.— 

Cost of equipment 

Cost of equipment, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue. 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile 

Revenue from other sources 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile 

Taxes paid 

Number employees 

Employees compensation 



$143,437,200.00 

69,742.54 

93,031,500.00 

44,889.19 

211,924,842.63 

102,257.13 

64,006,748.10 

30,884.28 

133,141.41 

65,910,242.04 

41,161,503.34 

24,748,738.70 

31,604.50 

19,737.28 

56,381,035.67 

8,323,195.53 

27,035.17 

8,506,105 

% 3,991.04 

1,206,010.84 

.02182 

5,095,000.00 

27,791 

$ 26,043,517.78 



6,285,895.13 

*69,742,54 

*4, 045, 862. 70 

44,889.19 

3,359,667.27 

37,275.79 

1,743,086.42 

19,339.70 

56,615.49 

830,898.43 

706,522.00 

124,376.43 

9,175.12 

7,801.70 

673,365.81 

139,590.82 

7,435.58 

227,220 

1,541.42 

17,941.80 

.02265 

35,000.00 



*Mileage basis. 



KALEIGH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD 



83 



Raleigh and Charleston Railroad Company 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President 


W. J. Harahan.. 


Norfolk, Va. 


General Manager or Superintendent 


W. H. King, Jr 


Norfolk, Va. 


Secretary and Treasurer 


Robt. L. Nutt 


Portsmouth, Va. 


General Freight Agent 


E. T. Willcox 


Norfolk, Va. 









DIRECTORS. 

W. J. Harahan, Norfolk, Va.; W. Stackhouse, Marion, S. C; C. R. Capps, Norfolk, Va.; D. O . 
Anderson, Marion, S. C; E. C. Bagwell, Charleston, S. C; Geo. B. McLeod, Lumberton, N. C. ; 
Fritz Sitterding, Richmond, Va.; R. L. Nutt, Portsmouth, Va.; Geo. F. Armstrong, Savannah, Ga. 

ROAD OPERATED. 





TO- 


MUes 


FROM- 


North 
Carolina 


Total 


Lumberton, N. C 


South Marion, S. C 


20.76 


43.00 









CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 





1916 


1917 


Capital stock 


$ 574,500.00 

13,360.46 

550,000.00 

12,790.70 

1,105,892.33 


$ 574,500.00 


Capital stock, per mile 


13,360.00 


Funded debt 


550,000.00 


Funded debt, per mile 


12,790.00 


Cost of road and equipment 


1,092,316.12 


Cost of road, per mile . ... 


25,402.70 


Cost of equipment 




22,137.94 


Cost of equipment, per mile .. 




514.83 


Cost of road and equipment, per mile 


25,718.42 

87,645.02 

56,014.53 

31,630.49 

2,038.26 

1,302.66 

69,643.87 

16,895.55 

1,619.63 

43,579 

$ 392.92 

1,105.60 

.027242 

1,631.30 


25,917.53 


Operating revenue 


87,909.94 


Operating expenses . 


60,974.17 


Net operating revenue 


26,935.77 


Operatmg revenue, per mile. 


2,044.42 


Operating expenses, per mile 


1,418.01 


Total freight revenue . . 


67,555.87 


Total passenger train service revenue 


19,139.72 


Freight revenue, per mile- 


1,571.06 


Total number passengers carried earning revenue... 


49, 123 


Passenger service train revenue, per mile . 


$ 445. 11 


Revenue from other sources 


1,214.35 


Average receipts per passenger, per mile 


.028 


Taxes paid 


1,579.99 







Employees, 1916: Number general officers, 2; office clerks, 3; station agents, 9; other station 
men, 3; enginemen, 2; firemen, 2; conductors, 2; other trainmen, 3; machinists, 1; carpenters, 1; — 
other shopmen, 2; section foremen, 5; other trackmen, 19; other employees, 1 ; total, 55. Employees, 
1917: Number general officers, 11; office clerks, 4; station agents, 9; other station men, 1; enginemen, 
2; firemen, 2; conductors, 2; other trainmen, 3; machinists, 1; carpenters, 1; other shopmen, 1; 
section foremen, 5; other trackmen, 24; other employees, 1; total, 67. 



84 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



Randolph and Cumberland Railway Company 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President 


S. P. McConnell 


Carthage, N. C. 


General Manager or Superintendent 


S. P. McConnell 


Carthage, N. C. 


Secretary 


M. McConnell . 


Carthage, N. C. 


Treasurer. 


B. M. Fellows 


Ill Broadway, N. Y. 


Traffic Manager . 


C. C. Yates 


Carthage, N. C. 









DIRECTORS. 

D. A. McDonald, Carthage, N. C; B. M. Fellows, 111 Broadway, N. Y.; S. P. McConnell, Car- 
thage, N. C; W. G. Jennings, Carthage, N. C; T. B. Tyson, Carthage, N. C; John M. Sinclair, 
Carthage, N. C. 



ROAD OPERATED. 




Cameron, N. C, to McConnell, N. C. (miles) 


22.50 







CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



1916 



1917 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile _ 

Funded debt 

Funded debt, per mile 

Cost of equipment 

Cost of equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile _ 

Operating expenses, per mile :... 

Total freight revenue 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile. 

Revenue from other sources 

Taxes paid 



$ 1,000,000.00 


$ 1,000,000.00 


44,444.44 


44,444.44 


138.000.00 


138,000.00 


6,133.30 


6,133.30 


16,000.00 


16,000.00 


711.12 


711.12 


24,154.92 


27,792.78 


17,817.46 


20,644.60 


6,337.46 


7,148.18 


1,073.55 


1,235.23 


791.88 


917.53 


19,787.51 


23,671.81 


2,662.26 


2,426.22 


879.44 


1,052.08 


8,874 


8,087 


$ 118.30 


1 107.83 


1,705.15 


1,694.75 


558.51 


520.42 



Employees, 1916: Number general officers, 4; office clerks, 2; station agents, 3; other station 
men, 1; enginemen, 1; firemen,!; conductors,!; other trainmen, 2; section foremen, 2; othertrack- 
men, 8; other employees, 3; total, 28. Employees, 1917: Number general officers, 1 ; office clerks, 2; 
station agents, 3; other station men, 1; enginemen,!; firemen,!; conductors,!; other trainmen, 2; 
section foremen, 3; other trackmen, 11; other employees, 3; total, 29. 



RED SPRINGS AND BOWMORE RAILROAD 



85 



Red Springs and Bowmore Railroad Company 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President 


W. F. Williams 


Red Springs, N. C. 


General Manager or Superintendent 


J. G. Williams 


Red Springs, N. C. 


Secretary and Treasurer 


J. G. Williams 


Red Springs, N. C 









DIRECTORS. 

Owned, and operated as a logging road by W. F. Williams and J. G. Williams, Red Springs, N. C. 



ROAD OPERATED. 



Red Springs, N. C.. to Logging Camp (miles) 



10.00 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



Cost of road (our estimate) 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of equipment 

Cost of equipment, per mile 

Cost of road apd equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue _ 

Operating expenses 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile. 

Total freight revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Taxes paid. North Carolina 



1916 



18,000.00 

1,800.00 

3,000.00 

300.00 

2,100.00 

1,500.00 

1,500.00 

150. 00 

150.00 

1,500.00 

150.00 

212.84 



Employees, 1916: Number general officers, 2; office clerks, 1 ; enginemen, 1; firemen, 1; section 
foremen, 1; other trainmen, 3; other trackmen, 3; total, 12. 



86 



»-. C. CORPOKATION COMMISSION 



Roanoke Railway Company 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 










P. D. Camp 


Franklin, Va. 




P. R. Camp 






W. G. Williams 


Franklin, Va. 


Secretary and Treasurer 




Franklin, Va. 


Auditor and General Passenger Agent 


J. M. Camo 


Wallace, N. C. 


General Freight Agent . 


Vaughan Camp 


Franklin, Va. 


Assistant Secretary and Treasurer 


G. L. Camp. 


Franklin, Va. 









DIRECTORS. 

J. L. Camp, Franklin, Va. ; P. D. Camp, Franklin, Va.; P. R. Camp, Franklin, Va. ; J. L. Camp, Jr., 
Franklin, Va.; G. T. Stepehnson, Franklin, Va.; W. E. Daniel, Weldon, N. C; J. M. Camp, Wal- 
lace, N. C. 



ROAD OPERATED. 



Thelma, N. C, to Virginia-North Carolina State Line (miles) 



5.64 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



1916 



1917 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of equipment 

Cost of equipment, per mile.. 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Taxes paid 



,000.00 
,865.25 
,441.18 
,064.04 
,000.00 
,063.83 
,127.87 
,716.22 
,944.-33 
,771.89 
,396.49 
,713.53 
,716.22 
,396.49 
128.21 



50,000.00 

8,865.25 

124,441.18 

22,064.04 

6,050.00 

1,063.83 

23,127.87 

32,513.48 

23,114.28 

9,399.20 

5,764.80 

4,098.27 

32,513.48 

5,764.80 

188.43 



Employees, 1916: Number general officers, 9; office clerks, 5; station agents, 2; enginemen, 1; 
firemen, 1; conductors, 1; other trainmen, 1; machinists, 2; carpenters, 1; other shopmen, 1; section 
foremen, 1; other trackmen, 8; other employees, 3; total, 36. Employees, 1917: Number general 
officers, 9; office clerks, 5; station agents, 2; enginemen, 1; firemen. 1; conductors, 1; other train- 
men, 1; machinists, 2; carpenters, 1; other shopmen, 1; section foremen, 1; other trackmen, 8; other 
employees, 3; total, 36. 



EOANOKE KIVEE RAILWAY 



87 



Roanoke River Railway Company 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President 


G. W. Marrow 


Townsville, N. C. 









DIRECTORS. 



G. W. Marrow, Townsville, N. C; J. F. Marrow, Manson, N. C. 
Thaners Gresham, Richmond, Va.; O. J. Sands, Richmond, Va. 



J.R. Paschal, Richmond, Va.; 



ROAD OPERATED. 




Manson N. C , to Townsville, N. C (miles) _ . 


12.00 







CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt 

Funded debt, per mile 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of equipment 

Cost of equipment, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile... 

Operating revenue 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue.. 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile 

Taxes paid 



1917 



90,000.00 

7,500.00 

100,000.00 

8,333.33 

169,501.05 

14,125.09 

10,922.54 

910.21 

15,035.29 

12,402.46 

11,973.19 

429.27 

1,033.54 

997.76 

11,244.65 

1,157.81 

937.05 

1,371 

96.48 

.331 

274.20 



Employees, 1917: Office clerks, 1; station agents, 3; enginemen, 1; firemen, 1; conductors, 1; 
other trainmen, 1 ; section foremen, 1; other trackmen, 2; total, 11. 



88 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



Rockingham Railroad Company 





OFFICERS. 




Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President 


T. C. Leak . 


Rockingham N C 


General Superintendent 


J. L. Hawley- „ 


Rockingham N C 


Secretary and Treasurer 


J. LeGrand Everett... 


Rockingham, N. C. 









DIRECTORS. 

Wm. Entwistle, Rockingham, N. C.; W. C. Leak, Rockingham, N. C,; W. L. Parsons, Rockingham, 
N. C.; John L. Everett, Rockingham, N. C.; T. C. Leake, Rockingham, N. C.; H. C. Wall, Rock- 
ingham, N. C. 





ROAD OPERATED. 




Leak. N. C., to Gibson, N. C. (miles) ... 


21.4 







CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



1916 



1917 



•Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt 

Funded debt, per mile 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of equipment 

Cost of equipment, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue ■- 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue -- 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile. 

Total freight revenue 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Total number of passengers carried earning revenue 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile 

Revenue from other sources 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile 

Taxes paid -. 



72,000.00 


$ 72,000.00 


3,364.48 


3,364.48 


250,000.00 


250,000.00 


11,682.24 


11,682.24 


295,057.88 


297,199.87 


13,787.75 


13,887.84 


24,984.70 


24,784.70 


1,167.51 


1.158.16 


14,955.26 


15,046.00 


38,822.09 


36,556.77 


29,181.46 


33,962.94 


9, 640. 63 


2,593.83 


1,814.11 


1,708.26 


1,363.62 


1,587.05 


37,677.40 


35,219.24 


961.69 


925.53 


1,760.62 


1,645.75 


2,406.00 


2; 130. 00 


44.93 


43.24 


327.00 


508. 00 


.186 


.20 


1,024.09 


1,243.41 



Employees. 1916: Number general officers, 3; office clerks. 1; station agents, 2; other station 
men, 2; enginemen, 1; firemen, 1; conductors.!; other trainmen, 2; section foremen, 2; other track- 
men, 8; total, 23. Employees, 1917: Number general officers, 3; office clerks, 1; station agents, 2; 



other station men, 2; enginemen, 1; firemen,!; conductors,!; 
other trackmen, 8; total. 23. 



other trainmen, 2; section foremen, 2; 



SMOKY MOUNTAIN RAILWAY 



89 



Smoky Mountain Railway Company 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 




W. M. Ritter 


Columbus, Ohio. 




E. E. Ritter. 


Asheville, N. C. 










C. B. Weaklev 






W. E. Weakley 











DIRECTORS. 

L. C. Bell, Columbus, Ohio; W. M. Ritter, Columbus, Ohio; James L. Hamill, Columbus, Ohio; 
C. B. Weakley, Columbus, Ohio; R. E. Pendleton, Columbus, Ohio; S. G. Bernard, Aaheville, N. C. 



ROAD OPERATED. 



Ritter, N. C, to Bone Valley, N. C. (miles) 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 





1916 


1917 


Capital stock .. . ... 


$ 50,000.00 

5,208.33 

28,000.00 

2,916.66 

27,057.43 

3,860.15 

7,507.65 

782.04 

4,642.19 

26,364.77 

18,094.60 

8,270.17 

2,746.33 

1,884.85 

25,693.27 

670.55 

2,676.38 

4,215 

$ 69.84 

.038 

323.10 


$ 50,000.00 


Capital stock, per mile .. .... ...... 


5,208.33 


Funded debt .... 


23 000.00 


Funded debt, per mile . . 


2,395.83 


Cost of road .. . 


28,849.11 


Cost of road, per mile . . _ 


3,005.12 


Cost of equipment 


6 647.45 


Cost of equipment, per mile 


692 44 


Cost of road and equipment, per mile 


3,697.56 


Operating revenue 


27,976.03 


Operating expenses 


29,137.69 


Net operating revenue . 


*1,161 66 


Operating revenue, per mile 


2 914.17 


Operating expenses, per mile. 


3,035.17 


Total freight revenue 


27,094.12 


Total passenger train service revenue. 


881.91 


Freight revenue, per mile. . . 


2,822.30 


Total number passengers carried earning revenue 


5,916 


Passenger service train revenue, per mile 


$ 91.86 


Average receipts per passenger, per mile.. 


.036 


Taxes paid 


355.65 







Employees. 1916: Office clerks, 7; station agents, 2; enginemen, 1; firemen, 1; conductors, 1; 
other trainmen, 1; machinists,!; section foremen, 1 ; other trackmen, 8; other employees, 1; total, 24, 
Employees, 1917: Number general officers, 2; office clerks, 5; station agents, 2; enginemen, 1; fire- 
men,!; conductors,!; other trainmen, 1; section foremen, 1; other trackmen, 6; other employees, 1; 
total, 21. 



"Decrease. 



90 



]Sr. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



Tennessee and North Carolina Railroad Company 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 




J. G. Campbell 


South Orange. N. J. 
Newport, Tenn. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 




W. J. Parks . 




F. H.Ely... 




D. G. Wilson 







DIRECTORS. 



W. J. Armstrong, Philadelphia, Pa.; E. M. Bechtel, Philadelphia, Pa.; J. G. Campbell, South 
Orange, N.J. ; H. B. Stevens, Asheville, N. C; F. H. Ely, Philadelphia, Pa. ; D. G. Wilson, Philadel- 
phia, Pa.; R. T. Veitch, Philadelphia, Pa. 

ROAD OPERATED. 





TO— 


Miles 


FROM- 


North 
Carolina 


Total 


Newport Junction, Tenn. 


Cresmont, N. C. 


2.00 
14.95 


22 16 


West Canton, N. C. 


Spruce, N. C. (Leased) 


14 95 









CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



1916 



1917 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt 

Funded debt, per mile 

Cost of road. 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of equipment 

Cost of equipment, per mile. 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile 

Revenue from other sources 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile 

Taxes paid... 



625,000.00 


$ 306,100.00 


31,001.98 


15,183.53 


465,627.89 


643,100.20 


23,096.62 


31,899.80 


752,404.02 


753,108.12 


37,321.63 


37,356.55 


37,697.86 


36,457.02 


1,869.93 


1,808.38 


39,191.56 


39,164.93 


60,756.96 


49,868.99 


39,965.30 


29,090.63 


20,791.66 


20,778.36 


3,584.48 


2,942.12 


2,357.83 


1,716.26 


45,900.23 


39,617.46 


10,866.00 


8,858.40 


2,707.98 


2,337.31 


30,580 


20,563 


641.07 


$ 522.62 


3,990.73 


1,393.13 


.021 


.025 


999. 50 


1,029.02 



Employees, 1916: Number general officers, 5; office clerks, 3; station agents, 10; other station 
men, 2; enginemen, 2; firemen, 2; conductors, 2; other trainmen, 5; machinists, 2; other shopmen, 4; 
telegraph operators, 1; section foremen, 4; other trackmen, 30; other employees, 15; total, 87. Em- 
ployees, 1917: Number general officers, 5; office clerks, 3; station agents, 11; other station men, 2; 
enginemen, 2; firemen, 2; conductors, 2; other trainmen, 5; machinists, 2; telegraph operators, 1; 
other shopmen, 2; section foremen, 5; other trackmen, 26; other employees, 5; total, 73. 



PIGEON RIVER RAILWAY 



91 



The Pigeon River Railway Company 







OFFICERS. 




Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President . . . 


Jas. G. Campbell 


South Orange, N. J. 


Secretary 


Fred H. Ely 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


Treasurer ... 


D. G. Wilson 


Philadelphia, Pa. 











DIRECTORS. 

Jas. G. Campbell, South Orange, N. J.; R. T. Veitch, Philadelphia, Pa.; A.J. Armstrong, Phila- 
delphia, Pa.; J. B. Anderson, Asheville, N. C; H. B. Stevens, Asheville, N. C. 



ROAD OPERATED. 



West Canton, N. C, to Spruce, N. C. (miles). 



14.95 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 





1916 


1917 


Capital stock 


$ 200,000.00 

13,377.92 

299,944.54 

20,063.18 

337,186.24 

22,554.27 

2,758.30 

184.. 50 

22,738.77 


$ 40,000.00 


Capital stock, per mile _ . . 


2,675.59 


Funded debt 


867,494.54 


Funded debt, per mile 


58,026.39 


Cost of road _ . 


337,186.24 


Cost of road, per mile 


22,554.27 


Cost of equipment 


2,758.30 




184. 50 


Cost of road and equipment. 


per mile . . 


22,738.77 









Note. — Leased to Tennessee and North Carolina Railroad Company. 



92 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



Virginia and Carolina Southern Railroad Company 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President 


A. W. McLean . 


Lumberton, N. C. 


Assistant to General Manager 


J. Q. Beckwith . 


Lumberton, N. C. 


Secretary 


H. B. Jennings . 


Lumberton, N. C. 


Treasurer 


A. T. McLean... 


Lumberton, N. C. 


General Freight and Passenger 


Agent 


W. W. Davis 


Lumberton, N. C. 









DIRECTORS. 



A. W. McLean, F. P. Gray, A. T. McLean, H. B. Jennings, R. D. Caldwell, A. E. White, and L. H. 
Caldwell, Lumberton, N. C. 

ROAD OPERATED. 



Hope Mills, N. C, to Lumberton, N. C. (miles) 

St. Pauls, N. C, to Elizabethtown, N. C. (miles) 

Lumberton Junction to North Lumberton, N. C, (miles) 



27.00 

27.75 

2.25 



57.00 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



1916 



1917 



Capital stock... 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt 

Funded debt, per mile 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of equipment.. 

Cost of equipment, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile.. 

Operating revenue 

Operating expenses. 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile.. 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile 

Revenue from other sources 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile 

Taxes paid 



141,000.00 


$ 141,000.00 


2,473.68 


2,474.00 


524,000.00 


524,000.00 


9,192.98 


9,193.00 


649,637.77 


637,245.10 


11,397.15 


11,179.74 


44,478.10 


38,375.57 


780.32 


673.25 


12,177.47 


11,852.99 


143,511.73 


127,559.22 


77,922.53 


46,961.60 


65,589.20 


80,597.62 


2,517.76 


2,237.88 


1,367.06 


823.88 


112,944.59 


97,226.76 


20,854.84 


23,594.72 


1,981.48 


1,705.73 


47,986 


88,479 


365.87 


$ 413.94 


475.49 


6,737.74 


.025 


.02572 


2,797.38 


2,717.91 



Employees, 1916: Number general officers, 6; office clerks, 1; station agents, 5; other station 
men, 5; enginemen, 3; firemen, 3; conductors, 3; other trainmen, 6; machinists, 2; caprenters, 1; 
other shopmen, 2; section foremen, 7; other trackmen. 23; other employees, 3; total, 70. Employees, 
1917: Number general officers, 5; office clerks, 2; station agents, 5; other station men, 5; engine- 
men, 3; firemen, 3; conductors, 3; other trainmen, 8; machinists, 2; carpenters, 1; other shopmen, 2; 
section foremen, 7; other trackmen, 29; total, 75. 



YIRGIXIA-CAROLIXA RAILWAY 



Virginia-Carolina Railway Company 



OFFICERS. 



Title 



Name 



Official Address 



President and Treasurer Geo. P. Johnson Abingdon, Va. 

General Superintendent E. P. Kinzee Abingdon. Va. 

Secretary E. H, Alden. Philadelphia, Pa. 



DIRECTORS. 

Geo. P. Johnson. Abingdon, Va.; Wm. G. Macdowell, Philadelphia. Pa.: L. E. Johnson, Roanoke, 
Va.; Jas. I. Doran, Philadelphia, Pa.; X. D. Maher, Roanoke. Va.; E. H. Alden, Philadelphia, Pa.; 
Lucian H. Cocke, Roanoke, Va. 

ROAD OPERATED. 





TO- 


MUes 


FROM- 


North 
Carolina 


Total 


Abingdon, Va.. 


Elkland, N. C 40.61 


79.10 







CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



1916 



1917 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt 

Funded debt, per mile 

Cost of road... _ 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of equipment. 

Cost of equipment, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue _ 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile 

Revenue from other sources _. 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile. 

Taxes paid 



500,000.00 $ 


500.000.00 


6,321.11 1 


6.321.11 


1,480,000.00 


180,000.00 


18,710.50 ! 


2.275.61 


l.WS. 884.20 


1,952.853.99 


24,638.23 


24,688.42 


146,763.92 i 


330,602.65 


1,855.42 1 


4,179.55 


26,493.65 i 


28,867.97 


252,865.46 


310,777.53 


169,018.29 ! 


170,124.91 


83,847.17 


140,652.62 


3,196.77 


3,928.93 


2,136.77 


2,150.76 


204,151.48 


251,806.66 


47,358.08 


57,066.77 


2,580.93 


3,183.40 


62.469 


75,849 


598. 71 $ 


721.45 


3,005.45 


20,807.57 


.02948 


.02923 


2,756.47 1 


3,396.96 



Employees, 1916: Number general officers, 6; office clerks, 5; station agents, 12; other station 
men, 2; enginemen, 3; firemen, 3; conductors, 3; other trainmen, 6; other shopmen, 5; section fore- 
men, 13; other trackmen, 105; other employees, 2; total, 165; Employees, 1917: Number general 
officers, 7; office clerks, 8; station agents, 13; other station men, 3; enginemen, 3; firemen, 3; con- 
ductors. 3; other trainmen, 5; other shopmen, 8; telegraph operators, 1; section foremen, 5; other 
trackmen, 25; other employees, 4; total, 88. 



94 



N". C. CORPOEATION COMMISSION 



Warrenton Railroad Company 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 




J. M. Gardner. 


Warrenton, N. C. 




B. P. Terrell 


Warrenton, N. C. 




C. R. Rodwell 


Warrenton, N. C. 









DIRECTORS. 

W. B. Boyd, Warrenton, N. C; R. B. Boyd, Warrenton, N. C; H. L. Falkner, Warrenton, N. C; 
C. E. Jackson, Warrenton, N. C; W. G. Rogers, Warrenton, N, C.; W. P. Burwell, Warrenton, N. C. 



ROAD OPERATED. 



Warrenton, N. C, to Warren Plains, N. C. (miles). 



3.00 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



1916 



1917 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of equipment. 

Cost of equipment, per mile. 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile... 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile 

Revenue from other sources 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile 

Taxes paid 



13,200.00 


$ 13,200.00 


4,400.00 


4,400.00 


14,925.57 


14,775.57 


4,975.19 


4,925.19 


6,463.85 


6,463.85 


2,154.61 


2,154.62 


7,129.80 


7,079.81 


22,388.76 


21,474.49 


10,469.38 


13,666.09 


11,919.38 


7,808.40 


7,462.92 


7,158.16 


3,489.79 


4,555.36 


20,689.55 


19,796.04 


1,699.21 


1,678.45 


6,896.52 


6,598.68 


2,578 


2,488 


566.40 


$ 559.48 


80.00 


80.00 


.064 


.2175 


319.19 


339.25 



Employees, 1916: Number general officers, 5; office clerks, 3; other station men, 2; enginemen, 1; 
firemen, 1; other trainmen, 1; total, 13. Employees, 1917: Number general officers, 5; officeclerks, 1; 
station agents, 1; other station men, 2; enginemen, 1; firemen,!; other trainmen, 1; other employees, 
1; total, 13, 



WASHINGTON AND VANDEMERE RAILROAD 



95 



Washington and Vandemere Railroad Company 





OFFICERS. 




Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President 


A. D. McLean 


Washington, N. C. 


General Manager or Superintendent- 


P. R. Albright. . 


Wilmington, N. C. 


Secretary 


John H. SmalL- 


Washington, N. C. 


Treasurer 


Jas. F. Post 


Wilmington, N. C. 









DIRECTORS. 

A. D. McLean, Washington, N. C; Jas. H. Small, Washington, N. C; Geo. T. Leach, Wash- 
ington, N. C.; R. D. Cronly, Wilmington, N. C.; Lyman Delano, Wilmington, N. C. 



ROAD OPERATED. 




Washington, N. C., to Vandemere, N. C. (miles) 


39.89 







CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



1916 



1917 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt 

Funded debt, per mile.. 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of equipment 

Cost of equipment, per mile. 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue 

Operating expenses. 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile 

Revenue from other sources 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile 

Taxes paid 



125,000.00 


$ 125,000.00 


3,133.61 


3,133.61 


720,000.00 


720,000.00 


18,049.63 


18,049.63 


764,191.92 


764,402.75 


19,157.46 


19,162.77 


80,656.60 


78,613.60 


2,021.98 


1,970.76 


21,179.44 


21,133.53 


44,035.83 


60,081.07 


44,152.15 


54,424.80 


*116.32 


5,656.27 


1,103.93 


1,506.17 


1,106.84 


1,364.3'7 


28,407.57 


41,629.98 


15,543.90 


18,336.42 


712.14 


1,043.62 


28,002 


31,991 


389.67 


$ 459.67 


84.36 


114.67 


.0140 


.02425 


1,241.34 


1,621.22 



Employees, 1916: Number general officers, 10; station agents, 3; enginemen, 1; firemen, 1; other, 
trainmen, 3; section foremen, 4; other trackmen, 12; other employees, 2; total, 36. Employees, 
1917: Number general officers, 10; office clerks, 1; station agents, 3; enginemen,!; firemen, 1; con- 
ductors,!; other trainmen, 3; section foremen, 4; other trackmen, 12; other employees, 1; total, 37. 



"Deficit. 



96 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



Watauga and Yadkin River Railroad Company 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 




W. J. Grandin 


Grandin, NO. 




PI. C. Landon 


North Wilkesboro, N. C. 




R. T. Rossell 


Pittsburg, Pa. 




W. W. Beaty 


Grandin, N. C. 









W. J. Grandin, Receiver. 



DIRECTORS. 



ROAD OPERATED. 



North Wilkesboro, N. C., to Grandin and Darley, N. C. (miles). 



29.20 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



1916 



1917 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt 

Funded debt, per mile 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of equipment 

Cost of equipment, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile. 

Revenue from other sources 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile 

Taxes paid. 



$3, 



500,000.00 


$ 3,500,000.00 


119,863.00 


119,863.00 


682,929.61 


682,929.61 


23,388.00 


23,388.00 


805,789.03 


813,014.04 


27,595.50 


27,842.94 


49,598.79 


52,057.51 


1,698.58 


1,782.78 


29,284.08 


29,625.72 


24,086.51 


48,850.63 


69,001.98 


93,413.05 


*44,915.47 


*44,562.42 


824.89 


1,672.96 


2,363.08 


3,199.07 


19,264.41 


41,283.23 


4,474.61 


7,222.15 


659. 74 


1,413.81 


10,286 


18,295 


153.24 


$ 247.33 


347.49 


345.25 


.0264 


.0264 


925.02 


1,687.47 



Employees, 1916: Number gener'al officers, 3; office clerks, 4; station agents, 8; other station 
men, 1; enginemen, 1; firemen, 1; conductors, 1; other trainmen, 1; machinists, 1; carpenters, 1; 
other shopmen, 3; section foremen, 3; other trackmen, 17; other employees, 2; total, 46. Employees, 
1917: Number general officers, 3; office clarks, 3; station agents, 7; other station men, 1; engine- 
men, 1; firemen,!; conductors,!; other trainmen, 1; other shopmen, 7; section foremen, 4; other 
trackmen, 14; other employees, 1; total, 44. 



*Deficit. 



WELLINGTON AND POWELLSVILLE RAILKOAD 



97 



Wellington and Powellsville Railroad Company 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President and Treasurer 


Horton Corwin, Jr. Edenton, N. C. 




W. M. Corwin i Ahoskie, N. C. 




W. D. Pruden 1 Edenton, N. C. 




W. M. Sutton ! Windsor, N. C. 




j 



DIRECTORS. 

Horton Corwin, Jr., Edenton, N. C; Mrs. Elizabeth Baker, Edenton, N. C: A. T. Baker, Eden- 
ton, N. C; W. D. Pruden, Edenton, N. C; E. Schryver, Cincinnati, Ohio; Mrs. F. V. S. Chapin, 
Detroit, Mich.; E. F. Branning, New York. 



ROAD OPERATED. 



Windsor, N. C, to Ahoskie. N. C. (miles) 



22.00 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



1916 



1917 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile j 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile $ 

Revenue from other sources | 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile j 

Taxes paid 



Employees, 1916: Number general officers, 6; office clerks, 1; station agents, 5; other station 
men, 1; enginemen, 2; firemen, 2; conductors, 2; other trainmen, 5; machinists, 1; carpenters, 1; 
other shopmen, 2; section foremen, 3; other trackmen, 15; total, 46. Employees, 1917: Number 
general officers, 4; office clerks, 1; station agents, 5; other station men, 1; enginemen, 2; firemen, 2; 
conductors, 2; other trainmen, 6; machinist, 1; carpenters, 1; other shopmen, 2; section foremen, .3; 
other trackmen, 16; total, 46. 



90,000.00 


$ 90,000.00 


4,090.91 


4,090.91 


186,836.94 


227,441.62 


8,492.59 


10,338.25 


55,981.31 


52,123.36 


54,999.17 


55,745.50 


982. 14 


*3,622.14 


2,544.60 


2,369.24 


2,499.96 


2,533.88 


33,896.39 


38,982.86 


10,197.52 


10,269.82 


1,540.74 


1,771.95 


16,714 


11,477 


463.52 


$ 466.81 


11,887.40 


2,870.68 


.03 


.03 


591.81 


495.46 



"Deficit. 

Fart II— 7 



98 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



Wilmington, Brunswick and Southern Railroad Company 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President 


M. J. Corbett.... 


Wilmington, N. C. 


General Manager or Superintendent 


M. W. Divine 


Wilmington, N. C. 


Secretary .... 


Walker Taylor 


Wilmington, N. C. 


Treasurer 


H. C. McQueen 


Wilmington, N. C. 


Traffic Manager 


H. E. Goodwin 


Southport, N. C. 









DIRECTORS. 

M. J. Corbett, M. W. Divine, H. C. McQueen, Walker Taylor, J. W. Brooks, C. E. Taylor, Jr., O. 
Pearsall, J. W. Whitehead, Wilmington, N. C; A. J. McKinnon, Maxton, N. C; J. F. McNair, Laurin- 
burg, N. C; F. B. Gault, Lake Waccamaw, N. C. 



ROAD OPERATED. 



Navassa, N. C, to Southport, N. C. (miles). 



30.2 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



1916 



1917 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt 

Funded debt, per mile 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of equipment 

Cost of equipment, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue _. 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per'mile 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile 

Revenue from other sources 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile 

Taxes paid 



165,000.00 


$ 165,000.00 


5,463.57 


5,463.57 


180,000.00 


180,000.00 


5,960.26 


5,960.26 


195,000.00 


195,000.00 


6,456.95 


6,456.95 


14,594.41 


14,594.41 


483.25 


483.25 


6,940.20 


6,940.20 


33,352.74 


48,277.25 


40,832.65 


44,501.19 


*7,479.91 


3,776.06 


1,104.39 


1,598.57 


1,352.07 


1,473.54 


20,349.74 


31,260.23 


12,084.06 


14,260.65 


673.80 


1,035.10 


16,224 


32,782 


400.13 


$ 472.20 


918.94 


2,756.37 


.024 


.022 


1,103.85 


1,318.66 



Employees, 1916: Number general officers, 5; office clerks, 1; station agents, 2; other station 
men, 1; enginemen, 1; firemen 2; conductors, 1; other trainmen, 3; section foremen, 3; other track- 
men, 14; total, 33 Employees, 1917: Number general officers, 5; office clerks, 1; station agents, 
2 and 1; other station men, 2; enginemen, 2; firemen, 2; conductors, 1; other trainmen, 3; section 
foremen, 3; other trackmen, 14; total, 36. 



'■Deficit. 



WINSTON-SALEM SOUTHBOUND KAILWAY 



Winston-Salem Southbound Railway Company 

OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President 


H. E. Fries 


Winston-Salem, N. C. 


Vice-President 


J R. Kenly 


Wilmington, N. C. 


Secretary 


J. F Post, Jr. 


Wilmington, N. C. 


Treasurer 


John T. Reid 


Wilmington, N. C. 




Craig & Volger. 


Winston-Salem, N. C. 




H. C. Prince 


Wilmington, N. C. 




H. E. Fries 


Winston-Salem, N. C. 




J. E. Willoughby 


Wilmington, N. C. 




W. H. Johnson 


Winston-Salem, N. C 


Traffic Manager 


S. P. Collier, Jr. 


Winston-Salem, N. C. 









DIRECTORS. 

H. E. Fries, Winston-Salem, N. C; L. E. Johnson, Roanoke, Va.; N. D. Maher, Roanoke, Va.; 
Joseph I. Doran, Philadelphia, Pa.; J. R. Kenly, Wilmington, N. C; Geo. B. Elliott, Wilmington, 
N. C. 

ROAD OPERATED. 



Winston-Salem, N. C, to Wadesboro Junction, N. C. (miles) . . . 


87.70 
6.25 




Spurs . . . . . . . 








Wadesboro, N. C, to Wadesboro Junction, N. C— A. C. L. R. R. (miles) 


1.75 
4.86 




Whitney, N. C, to Badin, N. C— Yadkin R. R. Co. (miles) 









CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



1916 



1917 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt 

Funded debt, per mile 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of equipment. 

Cost of equipment, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue... .... 

Operating expenses _. 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue. 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile 

Revenue from other sources- 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile 

Taxes paid 

Number employees 

Employees compensation 



125,000.00 

1,475.97 

5,000,000.00 

54,259.35 

5,401,793.24 

58,619.56 

290,019.98 

3,147.25 

61,766.81 

790,340.80 

356,725.81 

433,614.99 

8,248.18 

3,722.87 

679,721.86 

100,393.83 

7,093.74 

148,102 

1,047.73 

10,225.11 

.02383 

28,784.91 

249 

152,849.80 



1,245,000.00 

13,251.73 

5,000,000.00 

53,219.79 

5,488,557.32 

58,419.98 

284,278.39 

3,025.85 

61,445.83 

898,302.17 

487,449.49 

410,852.68 

8,999.22 

4,883.28 

772,341.26 

114,234.67 

7,737.34 

151,299 

1,144.41 

11,726.24 

.02423 

31,598.70 

198 

177,336.69 



100 



N. C. COEPORATION COMMISSION 



RECAPITULATION OF EARNINGS AND EXPENSES 



Name of Railroad 



Operating 
Revenue 



Operating 

Expenses 



Net 
Operating 
Revenue 



Operating 
Revenue 
Per Mile 
of Road 



Atlantic Coast Line R. R... 

Norfolk Southern R. R 

Seaboard Air Line Ry 

Southern Ry 

Asheville and Craggy Mountain Ry 

Atlantic and Yadkin Ry 

Danville and Western Ry 

High Point, Randleman, Asheboro, and 

Southern R. R 

Tallulah Falls Ry . 

Yadkin Ry 



11,584,617.49 

4,625,764.69 

8,772,875.70 

19,505,515.29 

13,879.57 

496,206.53 

47,216.89 

110,821.62 
32,007.59 
309,162.22 



$7,827,881.00 

3,212,225.34 

5,310,467.75 

12,122,732.44 

9,403.96 

495,995.18 

27,383.51 

105,552.34 

30,663.00 

230,220.98 



$3,756,736.49 

1,413,539.35 

3,462,407.95 

7,382,782.85 

4,475.61 

211.35 

19,833.38 

5,269.28 

1,344.59 

78,941.24 



Totals for above roads. 



45,498,067.59 



29,372,525.50 



16,125,542.09 



Miscellaneous Railroads— 

Aberdeen and Rockfish R. R 

Appalachian Ry.. 

Asheville and East Tennessee R. R 

Atlantic and Carolina R. R 

Atlantic and Western R. R 

Black Mountain Ry 

Bonlee and Western Ry. 

Carolina and Northeastern Ry. 

Carolina and Northwestern Ry. If 

Carolina and Tennessee Southern Ry 

Carolina and Yadkin River Ry 

Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Ry 

Carolina R. R 

Cliffside R. R 

Dover and Southbound R. R. 

Durham and South Carolina R. R _. 

Durham and Southern Ry 

East Carolina Ry 

East Tennessee and Western N. C. R. R. If.. . 

Elkin and Alleghany Ry 

Kinston-Carolina R. R 

Laurinburg and Southern R. R 

Lawndale Ry. and Industrial Co 

Linville River Ry 

Louisville and Nashville R. R. U 

Madison County Ry 

Maxton, Alma and Southbound R. R 

New Hanover Transit Co 

Norfolk and Western Ry 

Piedmont and Northern Ry. If 

Raleigh and Charleston R. R. f 

Randolph and Cumberland Ry 

Red Springs and Bowmore R. R.f 

Roanoke River Ry 

Roanoke Ry 

Rockingham R. R 

Smoky Mountain Ry 

Tennessee and North Carolina R. R 

Virginia and Carolina Southern R. R 



Ill, 
8, 
28, 
15, 
40 
94 
13 
16 

340 
22, 

114 
1,553 
28 
15 
30 
92 

388: 

92 
25 
11 
57 
62 
14 
75 
200 
39 
27 

830 

281 
42 

27 



369.19 
199.68 
184.06 
863.77 

805. 62 
747.65 
773.77 

595. 63 
624.73 
230.48 
675.37 
872. 23 
577.22 
844.09 
542. 77 
985.58 
039.52 
781.60 
348.95 
460.69 
638.35 
477.50 
389.76 
153.81 
120.18 
189.03 
687.46 
471.16 
898.43 
290.18 
442. 16 
792.78 



75,856.20 
12,292.78 
30,684.48 
11,720.14 
36,959.58 
53,766.24 
13,618.73 
11,049.68 

235,688.70 
14,807.75 
98,516.84 

889,763.11 

18,204.73 

8,482.70 

22,545.84 

44,188.33 

209,774.88 
81,292.89 
15,734.46 
16,903.73 
44,780.57 
37,196.06 
14,232.29 
69,195.33 

138,303.66 

37,678.26 

20,074.02 

1,746.19 

706,522.00 

150,901.81 
29,437.88 
20,644.60 



35,512.99 

*4,093.10 

*2,500.42 

4,143.63 

3,846.04 

40,981.41 

155.04 

5,545.95 

104,936.03 

7,422.73 

16,158.53 

664,109.12 

10,372.49 

7,361.39 

7,996.93 

48,797.25 

178,264.64 

11,488.71 

9,614.49 

*5,443.04 

12,857.78 

25,281.44 

157.47 

5,958.48 

61,816.52 

1,510.77 

7,613.44 

*1,275.03 

124,376.43 

130,388.37 

13,004.28 

7,148.18 



12,402.46 
32,513.48 
36,556.77 
27,976.03 
49,868.99 
127,559.22 



11,973.19 
23,114.28 
33,962.94 
29,137.69 
29,090.63 
46,961.60 



429. 27 

9,399.20 

2,593.83 

*1,161.66 

20,778.36 

80,597.62 



11,060.78 
5,838.77 
13,968.88 
15,994.68 
3,126.03 
3,042.35 
5,275.63 

3,960.74 
2,207.42 
5,919.25 



1,870.34 

819.97 
3,239.55 
1,586.37 
1,700.23 
3,715.59 
1,252.16 

976.21 
3,529.79 
1,599.31 
3,294.32 
13,235.71 
2,061.84 
3,168.82 
1,231.55 
2,213.94 
6,580.29 
2,428.84 
7,971.37 

716.27 
1,921.27 
3,471.00 
1,255.65 
2,935.70 
15,160.62 
5,442.92 
1,827.55 

134.60 
9,175.12 
8,676.44 
2,044.42 
1,235.23 



1,033.54 
5,764.80 
1,708.26 
2,914.17 
2,942.12 
2,237.88 



KECAPITULATION OF KAILROAD ASSESSMENT 



101 



NORTH CAROLINA- 


-Interstate and Intrastate 






Operating 
Expenses 
Per Mile 
of Road 


Total 
Freight 
Revenue 


Total 

Passenger 

Service 

Train 

Revenue 


Freight 
Revenue 
Per Mile 
of Road 


Revenue 
from 
Other 

Sources 


Average 
Receipts 

Per 
Passenger 
Per Mile 


Passenger 

Service 

Train 

Revenue 

Per Train 

Mile 


$ 7,473.92 
4,054.56 
8,455.75 
9,940.74 
2,118.00 


$ 8,005,083.19 

3,237,736.36 

5,980,803.74 

13,031,715.38 

13,879.57 

310,576.77 

35,440.84 

75,674.51 

19,098.10 

233,778.19 


$ 3,403,392.05 
1,279,797.18 
2,623,613.15 
6,082,576.38 


$ 7,643.11 
4,086.76 
9,523.12 
10,686.11 
3,126.03 
1,904.21 
3,959.87 

2,704.59 
1,317.11 
4,475.94 


$ 176,142.25 
108,231.15 
168,458.81 
391,223.53 


$ .0225 

.0196 

.02244 

.02223 


$ 1.47 

.88 

1.57 

2.03 


3,041.05 
3,059.61 


180,757.33 
11,277.09 

32,467.62 
11,622.04 
72,520.89 


4,872.43 
498.96 

2,679.49 
1,287.45 
2,863.14 


.02325 
.02816 

.02331 
.02963 
.02335 


.72 


3,772.42 
2,114.69 


.59 


4,407.83 


.93 




30,943,786.65 


13,698,023.73 




856,257.21 















1,274.04 


90,546.26 
6,074.03 
2,812.60 
11,629.76 
34,981.31 
82,285.45 
12,226.68 
14,689.92 

256,025.11 
16,367.15 

104,284.01 
1,428,969.24 
23,713.51 
15,443.64 
24,562.81 
"89,491.98 

337,607.30 
73,967.28 
20,058.42 
9,665.12 
44,470.72 
59,679.71 
13,039.28 
58,680.71 

144,879.50 

39,018.93 

21,801.21 

78.35 

673,365.81 

170,652.07 
32,615.20 
23,671.81 


14,700.75 
1,924.95 

23,407.95 
4,234.01 
5,319.93 

12,151.18 

956.40 

1,905.71 

74,769.16 
5,067.33 
5,145.96 
112,690.76 
4,530.94 
400.45 
5,979.96 
3,493.60 

41,501.73 

17,031.38 
4,793.66 
1,096.28 

12,121.57 
1,929.92 
1,350.48 

15,866.88 

51,707.57 

170.10 

4,658.51 

392.81 

139,590.82 

91,307.69 
9,240.48 
2,426.22 


1,520.76 

607.40 

323.29 

1,162.97 

1,457.55 

3,226.88 

1,111.52 

864.11 

2,653.11 

1,177.49 

2,995.81 

12,171.80 

1,710.93 

3,088.73 

990.40 

2,130.76 

5,725.07 

1,936.31 

6,307.68 

603.95 

1,482.35 

3,315.00 

1,137.81 

2,292.21 

10,975.72 

5,419.29 

1,439.02 

22.38 

7,435.58 

5,263.79 

1,571.06 

1,052.08 


6,122.18 
200.70 
1,963.51 
13,600.00 
504.38 
311.02 
590. 69 


.02750 
.0365 
.0153 
.0257 
.0139 
.0363 
.034 




1,229.27 




3,526.95 




1,172.01 




1,539.97 




2,108.48 




1,238.07 




649.88 




2,442.37 
1,065.30 


9,830.46 
796.00 

5,245.40 

12,212.23 

332.77 


.028613 

.0249 

.0125 

.02341 

.0293 

.03 


.94 


2,830.13 




7,578.90 
1,313.47 


1.32 


1,696.54 




909.00 






1,052.10 




.012 
.02824 




3,557.32 
2,128.08 


8,930.49 

1,782.94 

496. 87 

699. 29 

1,046.06 

867.87 


.39 


4,947.99 


.0287 




1,056.48 




1,492.68 


.01855 




2,066.00 




1,241.91 






2,702.94 


606.22 
3,533.11 


.03549 
.02202 




10,477.55 




5,233.09 




1,325.01 


1,227.74 

t529.30 

17,941.80 

19,330.42 

586.48 
1,694.75 


-.032146 

.013 

.02265 

.02708 

.028 




498.90 




7,801.70 
4,654.59 


.86 


1,418.01 




917.53 










997. 76 


11,244.65 
32,513.48 
35,219.24 
27,094.12 
39,617.46 
97,226.76 


1,157.81 


937.05 
5,764.80 
1,645.75 
.2,822.30 
2,337.31 
1,705.73 




.03333 




4,098.27 






1,587.05 


925.53 

881.91 

8,858.40 

23,594.72 


§508.00 


.20 

.036 

.025 

.02572 




3,035.17 




1,716.26 


1,393.13 
6,737.74 




823.88 





102 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSIOIST 

RECAPITULATION OF EARNINGS AND EXPENSES 



Name of Railroad 


Operating 
Revenue 


Operating 
Expenses 


Net 
Operating 
Revenue 


Operating 
Revenue 
Per Mile 
of Road 


MiscKLLANEOus Railroa.ds— Ccn^wMed. 


$ 1.59,553.85 
21,474.49 
60,081.07 
48,85'0.63 
52,123.36 
48,277.25 
898,302.17 


$ 87,342.36 
13,666.09 
54,424.80 
93,413.05 
55,745.50 
44,501.19 
487,449.49 


$ 72,211.49 

7,808.40 

5,656.27 

*44,562.42 

*3,622.14 

3,776.06 

410,852.68 


$ 3,928.93 


Warrenton R. R . .. . . 


7,158.16 


Washington and. Vandemere R. R. 


1 506 17 


Watauga and Yadkin River R. R. 


1 672 96 


Wellington and Powellsville R. R _. 


2 369 24 


Wilmington, Brunswick and Southern R. R. 


1,598.57 
8,999.22 






6,281,613.17 


4,183,347.27 


2,098,265.90 










51,779,680.76 


33,555,872.77 


18,223,807.99 









♦Deficit. 

IfMileage basis. 

fAbandoned. 

JNot included in operating revenue. 

§$96. 00 not included in operating revenue. 



BECAPITULATION OF PtAILROAD ASSESSMENT 



103 



NORTH CAROLINA— Interstate and Intrastate— Continued. 



Operating 
Expenses 
Per Mile 
of Road 


Total 
Freight 
Revenue 


Total 

Passenger 

Service 

Train 

Revenue 


Freight 
Revenue ' 
Per Mile 
of Road 


Revenue 
from 
Other 

Sources 


Average 
Receipts 

Per 
Passenger 
Per Mile 


Passenger 

Service 

Train 

Revenue 

Per Train 

Mile 


.$ 2,150.76 
4,555.36 


$ 129,277.87 
19,796.04 
41,629.98 
41,283.23 
38,982.86 
31,260.23 
772,341.26 


.$ 29,298.08 

1,678.45 

18,336.42 

7,222.15 

10,269.82 

14,260.65 

114,234.67 


$ 3,183.40 
6,598.68 


$ 977.90 
180.00 


$ .02923 

.02175 

.02425 

.0264 

.03 

.022 

.02423 


$ 


1,364.37 


1,043.62 i 114.67 
1,413.81 1 345.25 
1,771.95 2.870.68 




3,199.07 




2.533.88 




1,473.54 


1,035.10 

7,737.34 


2,756.37 
11,726.24 




4,883.28 


.80 




5,254,842.06 


902,583.75 




128,492.66 


















36,198,628.71 


14,600,607.48 




984,749.87 















104 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



COST OF ROAD, CAPITAL STOCK, 



Name of Railroad 



Cost of Road 



Capital Stock 



Atlantic Coast Line R. R.* 

Norfolk Southern R. R.* 

Atlantic and North Carolina R. R 

Seaboard Air Line Ry.*. 

Southern Ry. (owned lines)*. 

Southern Ry. (leased, etc.) 

Asheville and Craggy Mountain Ry 

Asheville Southern Ry. 

Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line Ry.* 

Atlantic and Danville Ry.* 

Atlantic and Yadkin Ry 

Carolina and Tennessee Southern Ry 

Danville and Western Ry.*.. 

High Point, Randleman, Asheboro and Southern R. R. 

North Carolina R. R 

North Carolina Midland R. R 

North and South Carolina R. R 

Southern Railway— Carolina Division* 

State University 

Tallulah Falls Ry.* 

Yadkin R. R 



Total — leased, etc., lines.. 

Totals— Southern Ry 

Totals— A. C. L., S. A. L., N. S., and Southern. 

Miscellaneous Raii roads — 

Aberdeen and Rockfish R. R 

Appalachian Ry 

Asheville and Ea;st Tennessee R. R. 

Atlantic and Carolina R. R 

Atlantic and Western R. R 

Black Mountain Ry 

Bonlee and Western Ry 

Carolina and Northeastern Ry 

Carolina and Northwestern Ry.* 

Carolina and Yadkin River Ry 

Carolina, Atlantic and Western Ry.§-.. 

Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Ry.* 

CaroHna R. R 

Cliffside R. R. 

Dover and Southbound R. R 

Durham and South Carolina R. R 

Durham and Southern Ry 

East Carolina Ry 

East Tennessee and Western North Carolina R. R.* 

Elkin and Allegheny Ry... 

Kinston-Carolina R. R 

Laurinburg and Southern R. R 

Lawndale Ry. and Industrial Co. 

Linville River Ry - 

Louisville and Nashville R. R.* 

Madison County Ry. 



41,091,071.00 
23,875,060.00 
2,122,200.00 
34,897,622.00 
56,664,435.04 

38,195.47 

53,782.25 

3,561,676.82 

609,745.42 

2,644,303.98 

580,311.92 

258,094.28 

663,704.95 

4,975,627.53 

1,725,000.00 

112,211.00 

2,308,003.00 

31,300.00 

422,357.75 

1,337,706.96 



19,322,021.33 



75,986,456.37 



177,972,409.37 



435,186.58 
123,434.14 
115,994.12 

69,230.00 
597,575.49 
424,670.65 

66,334.01 
124,848.73 
,163,324.97 
,182,324.72 



,332,610.46 

94,237.83 

88,115.08 

78,000.00 

874,590.85 

,512,890.07 

281,413.82 

100,980.80 

,026,494.04 

89,039.88 

172,185.51 

78,969.87 

107,085.35 

789,697.00 

127,192.65 



15,279,950.00 
13,964,632.00 
1,797,200.00 
11,278,642.00 
25,259,445.50 



24, 
60, 

279, 

173, 

1,000, 

60, 

43, 

248, 
4,000, 

924, 
50, 

620, 
31, 
80, 

625, 



200.00 
000.00 
025.27 
877.50 
000.00 
000.00 
418.87 
000.00 
000.00 
000.00 
000.00 
576.00 
300.00 
837.00 
000.00 



J, 220, 234. 64 



33,479,680.14 



75,800,104.14 



208,800.00 

100,000.00 

70,000.00 

10,000.00 

303,000.00 

50,000.00 

61,700.00 

300,000.00 

986,250.80 

40,000.00 



15,805, 

35, 

16, 

100, 

500, 

1,350, 

55, 

44, 

476, 

35, 

50, 

60, 

300, 

192, 

50, 



178. 10 
000.00 
000.00 
000.00 
000.00 
000.00 
500.00 
112.96 
300.00 
000.00 
000.00 
000.00 
000.00 
006.94 
000.00 



RECAPITULATION OF EAILKOAD ASSESSMENT 



105 



FUNDED DEBT, Etc.— North Carolina 



Funded Debt 


Capital 

Stock 

Per Mile 


Funded 

Debt 
Per Mile 


Assessed 
Valuation 


Assessed 
Valuation 
Per Mile 


Taxes Paid 


$ 31,824,016.00 

15,615,276.00 

325,000.00 


$ 14,650.00 
17,626.77 
18,917.00 
18,017.00 
42,707.66 

10,708.00 
27,522.93 
6,461.91 
7.850.00 
6,131.20 
2,305.00 
4,851.27 
8,863.47 
17,893.00 
17,264.00 
13,405.00 
5,835.77 
3,068.63 
5,575.86 
15,244.00 


% 30,512.00 

19,836.51 

3,421.00 

38,835.00 

70,071.47 


$ 34,645,345.00 

7,227,255.00 

1,479,055.00 

20,125,000.00 

25,907,719.00 

10,000.00 

10,000.00 

2,195,340.00 

219,534.00 

1,975,806.00 

41,700.00 

71,600.00 

367,445.00 

15,636,703.00 

1,207,437.00 

12,282.00 

1,657,536.00 

33,391.00 

108,333.00 

270,026.00 


$ 36,437.71 
10,500.00 
15,569.00 
32,996.13 
43,905.43 

4,424.78 
4,694.84 
50,829.82 
9,978.81 
12,265.99 
3,000.00 
8,000.00 
13,720.87 
70,056.91 
22,556.26 
3,292.76 
11,229.91 
3,293.00 
7,471.24 
6,586.00 


$ 487,028.00 

126,362.80 

** 


24,310,710.00 
41,443,770.93 


309,975.41 
671,690.11 

318.59 






t 


3,282,815.63 
434, 689. 76 

1,500,000.00 
693,000.00 
123,919.46 
402,000.00 


76,026.30 
19,624.82 
9,196.81 
26,623.00 
13,845.75 
14,367.40 


t - 

t- 

24,793.15 
418.77 
934. 14 

4,945.31 

t 


801,000.00 

62,211.00 

1,688,041.00 


14,966.00 
16,678.00 
15,874.00 


t 

t -- 

t 


379,740.00 
615,000.00 


26,189.65 
15,000.00 


1,830.54 
3,696.22 


9,982,416.85 






23,817,133.00 


30,771.88 


36,936.72 










51,426,187.78 






49,724,852.00 


36,453.29 


708,626.83 










123,501,189.78 






113,201,507.00 




923,366.21 












177,000.00 


3,506.88 
10,000.00 
11,041.01 

1,000.00 
12,620.83 

1,960.78 

5,609.09 
17,647.00 
11,297.26 

1,149.09 


2,972.79 


177,000.00 
21,735.00 
31,700.00 
14,295.00 
84,000.00 
98,638.00 
33,000.00 
20,000.00 

567,000.00 

121,8.35.00 
66,720.00 
2,798,735.00 
45,500.00 
21,333.00 
61,000.00 

149,520.00 
1,251,140.00 

110,000.00 
31,800.00 
52,500.00 
55,000.00 

144,000.00 
20,000.00 
47,200.00 
79,260.00 
35,000.00 


3,000.00 
3,500.00 
5,000.00 
1,500.00 
3,500.00 
4,217.10 
3,000.00 
2,500.00 
6,494.85 
3,500.00 
6,000.00 

24,000.81 
3,500.00 
4,266.66 
2,500.00 
4,000.00 

22,000.00 
2,997.28 

10,000.00 
3,500.00 
1,718.75 
8,000.00 
2,207.50 
2,000.00 
6,022.79 
3,500.00 


3,840.00 
354.53 


35,000.00 
55,000.00 
303,000.00 
775,000.00 


5,520.00 

5,500.00 

12,620.83 

30,392.16 


427. 77 

39.54 

1,470.99 

2,806.64 

422 94 


147,000.00 

1,692,092.25 
1,288,600.00 


8,647.00 
19,382.50 
37,018.10 


312.91 
5,984.25 
1,693.32 


10,938,915.23 


134,626.73 

2,525.25 

3,200.00 

4,098.36 

11,904.00 

23,738.35 

1,452.88 

13,872.00 

29,706.00 

1,166.66 

2,777.77 

6,622.51 

11,718.75 

14,545.98 

6,945.00 


93,176.45 


47,017.29 
521 32 


48,079.50 


9,615.90 


425.06 


300,000.00 


7,142.00 


2,222.09 
22,064 04 


300,000.00 
43,947.60 
672,000.00 


7,853.40 
13,820.00 
42,000.00 


2,600.64 
660. 14 
600.00 
454 18 


100,000.00 


5,555.55 


1,917.49 
432 24 






284 18 


452,522.66 
100,000.00 


34,282.02 
13,890.00 


1,365.56 
651.85 



106 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



COST OF ROAD, CAPITAL STOCK, FUNDED 



Name of Railroad 


Cost of Road 


Capital Stock 


Miscellaneous Railroads— Co/i<inued. 

Maxton, Alma and Southbound R. R.- 


,$ 145,732.27 


$ 75,000.00 


Mount Airy and Eastern Ry. 




New Hanover Transit Co... 


6,400.00 
5,102,753.69 
3,706,661.92 


17 500 00 


Norfolk and Western Ry.*. 


6 285,895 13 


Piedmont and Northern R. R.* 

Piedmont and Northern R. R. — Belmont Spur If 


1,982,567.00 




538,047.92 
16,000.00 


277,353.60 
1,000,000.00 




Red Springs and Bowmore R. R. . . . . 




Roanoke River Ry. 


180,423.59 

130,491.18 

321,984.57 

35,496.56 

78,329.86 

339,944.54 

675,620.67 

1,172,328.26 

21,239.42 


90,000.00 
50,000.00 




Rockingham Ry . 

Smoky Mountain Ry. 


72,000.00 
50,000 00 




30,367.00 
40,000.00 


Pigeon River Ry. 


Virginia and Carolina .Southern R. R.. 


141,000.00 


Virginia-Carolina Ry.* 


256, 700. 00 


Warrenton R. R . 


13,200.00 




843,016.35 


125,000.00 


Watauga and Yadkin River R. R 

Wellington and Powells^dlle R. R... . 


865,071.55 

227,441.62 

209,594.41 

5', 772,835. 71 


3,500,000.00 
90,000.00 




165,000.00 




1,245,000.00 








58,445,840.71 


36,705,431.53 







Totals — all roads. 



236,418,250. ( 



112,505,535.67 



*Cost of road, capital stock, and funded debt on mileage basis. 
**Included in Norfolk Southern R. R. 
flncluded in Southern Ry. 

Jlncluded in Tennessee and North Carolina R. R. 
§Cost of road, etc., included in Seaboard Air Line Ry. 
"fCost of road, etc., included in Piedmont and Northern R. R. 



RECAPITULATION" OF RAILROAD ASSESSMENT 



107 



DEBT, ETC.— State of North Carolina— Continued. 



Funded Debt 


Capital 

Stock 

Per Mile 


Funded 

Debt 
Per Mile 


Assessed 
Valuation 


Assessed 
Valuation 
Per Mile 


Taxes Paid 


$ 


$ 4,950.43 


$ 


$ 37,875.00 

10,000.00 

5,450.00 

2,227.995.00 

468,800.00 

9,570.00 

130,000.00 

50,000.00 

15,000.00 

38,500.00 

19,740.00 

74,900.00 

24,000.00 

72,000.00 


$ 2,500.00 
2,000.00 
1,542.85 
24,802.35 
20,000.00 
3,000.00 
6,262.04 
2,222.22 
1,363.63 
3,850.00 
3,500.00 
3,500.00 
2,500.00 
4,247.79 


S 468. 08 










5,000.00 
69,742.54 
65.237.48 




199.47 


4,045,862.70 
3,770,724.65 


44,889.19 
124,077.81 


35,000.00 
11,280.98 


265,520.40 
138,000.00 


13,360.00 
44,444.44 


12,790.00 
6,133.30 


1,579.99 
476.79 
214.45 


100,000.00 


7,500.00 
8,865.25 
3,364.48 
5,208.33 
15,183.53 
2,675.59 


8,333.33 


274.20 
188.43 


250,000.00 
23,000.00 
63,799.60 

867,494.54 


11,682.24 

2,395.00 

31,899.80 

58,026.39 


1,243.41 

355.65 

1,029.02 


524,000.00 
92,412.52 


2,474.00 
6,321.11 
4,400.00 


9,193.00 
2,275.61 


218,625.00 
244,110.00 
18,000.00 
90,000.00 
116,800.00 
55,000.00 
80,534.00 
2,104,800.00 


3,993.15 
6,011.08 
6,000.00 
2,250.00 
4,000.00 
2,500.00 
2,666.69 
24,000.00 


2,717.91 

3,396.96 

339.25 


720,000.00 
682,929.61 


3,133.61 
119,863.00 
4,090.91 
5,463.57 
13,251.73 


18,049.63 
23,388.00 


1,621.22 

1,687.47 

495.46 


180,000.00 
5,000,000.00 


5,960.26 
53,219.79 


1,318.66 
27,020.99 


34,151,901.26 






12,249,610.00 


9,721.29 189. 477. .36 




' ' 








157.653,091.04 




125,451,117.00 


25,250.87 


1,112, 843.. 57 


i 





GENERAL INDEX 



Complaints and Decisions, See pages 5-78 inclusive 



•^ PART I 

PAGE 

North Carolina Corporation Commission ii 

Letter of Transmittal iii 

Application of Rates 89 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad — Freight Tariff 120 

Commodity Rates 79 

Decision and adjustment of complaints 5 

Exception Sheet 103 

Exception to Table of Rates 100 

Freight Rates— Intrastate 86 

Intrastate Freight Rates 86 

Lumber Companies— Freight Tariff 197-212 

Mileage Table . 240-257 

Miscellaneous Railroads— Freight Tariff 138-196 

Norfolk Southern Railroad— Freight Tariff -. 132 

North Carolina Exception Sheet 103 

Seaboard Air Line — Freight Tariff 87 

Southern Railway— Freight Tariff 87 

Standard Freight Tariff 87 

Steamboat Companies— Freight Tariff 213-239 

Table of Rates 94 

PART II 

Aberdeen and Rockfish, assessment of 3 

report of 50 

Appalachian Railroad, assessment of 3 

report of 51 

Asheville and Craggy Mountain Railway, assessment of 3 

report of 33 

Asheville and East Tennessee Railway, assessment of 3 

report of 52 

Asheville Southern Railway, assessment of 3 

report of 34 

Asheville and Spartanburg, assessment of 3 

Assessment of — 

bridge and canal companies 2, 8 

electric light and gas companies 2, 5 

express companies 2, 18 

flume companies 2, 11 

railroad companies 2, 3 

refrigerator car companies 2, 9 

sleeping car companies 2, 19 

steamboat companies 2, 10 

street railway companies 2, 5 



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Assessment of — Continued ■ page 

turnpike companies , 2, 11 

telegraph companies 2, 19 

telephone companies 2, 12 

waterworks companies 2, 18 

Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line Railroad, assessment of 3 

report of • 35 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, assessment of :- 3 

report of 20 

Atlantic and Carolina Railroad, assessment of 3 

report of 53 

Atlantic and North Carolina Railroad, assessment of 3 

report of 24 

Atlantic and Danville Railway, assessment of 3 

report of 36 

Atlantic and Western Railway, assessment of 3 

report of 54 

Atlantic and Yadkin Railway, assessment of 3 

report of 37 

Black Mountain Railway, assessment of 3 

report of 55 

Bonlee and Western, assessment of 3 

report of 56 

Bridge companies, officers, assessment, etc 2, 8 

Canal companies, assessment of 2, 8 

Capital, stock, funded debt, etc. — Railroads 104 

Carolina and North Eastern Railway 57 

Carolina and Northwestern Railway, assessment of 3 

report of 58 

Carolina and Tennessee Southern Railway, assessment of - 3 

report of 38 

Carolina and Yadkin River, assessment of 3 

report of 60 

Carolina Railroad, assessment of 3 

report of 61 

Carolina, Atlantic and Western, assessment of 3 

Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway, assessment of 3 

report of 62 

Cliffside Railroad, assessment of 3 

report of 64 

Cost of Roads — Railroads 104 

Danville and Western Railway, assessment of 3 

report of 39 

Dover and Southbound, assessment of 3 

report of 65 

Durham and South Carolina Railroad, assessment of 3 

report of 66 

Durham and Southern Railway, assessment of " 3 

report of 67 

Earnings, recapitulation of — Railroads 100 

East Carolina Railway, assessment of 3 

report of 68 



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East Tennessee and Western North Carolina, assessment of 3 

report of 69 

Electric light companies 2, 5 

Elkin and Alleghany, assessment of 3 

report of 70 

Expenses, recapitulation of — Hailroads 100 

Flume companies 2, 11 

Funded debt — Railroad 104 

Gas companies 2,5 

High Point, Randleman, Ashboro and Southern Railroad, assessment of 3 

report of 41 

Kinston Carolina Railroad, assessment of 3 

report of 71 

Laurinburg and Southern, assessment of 4 

report of 72 

Lawndale Railroad, assessment of 4 

report of 73 

Linville River Railroad, assessment of 4 

report of 74 

Louisville and Nashville, assessment of 4 

report of 75 

Madison County, assessment of 4 

report of 76 

Maxton, Alma and Southbound, assessment of 4 

report of 77 

Mount Airy and Eastern, assessment of 4 

New Hanover Transit Company, assessment of 4 

report of 78 

Norfolk Southern Railroad, assessment of 3 

report of 22 

Norfolk and Western, assessment of 4 

report of 79 

North Carolina Midland, assessment of 3 

report of 43 

North Carolina Railroad, assessment of 3 

report of 42 

North and South Carolina (Southern Railway), assessment of 3 

report of 44 

Northampton and Hertford Railroad, assessment of 4 

Piedmont and Northern Railway, assessment of 4 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Company, assessment of, 19 

Pullman Company, assessment of 19 

Railroads, assessment of 2 

capital stock, funded debt 104 

earnings and expenses 100 

Raleigh and Charleston Railroad, assessment of 4 

report of 83 

Randolph and Cumberland Railroad, assessment of 4 

report of 84 

Recapitulation of assessment 2 

Red Springs and Bowmore, assessment of 4 

report of 85 



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Refrigerator companies 2, 9 

Roanoke Railway, assessment of 4 

report of 86 

Roanoke River Railway, assessment of 4 

report of 87 

Rockingham Railroad Company, assessment of 4 

report of 88 

Seaboard Air Line Railway Company, assessment of 3 

report of 25 

Smoky Mountain, assessment of 4 

report of 89 

South Carolina and Georgia Extension, assessment of 3 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company, assessment of ... . 16 

Southern Express Company, assessment of 18 

Southern Railway, assessment of 3 

report of 29 

Carolina Division of 45 

State University Railroad, assessment of 3 

report of 46 

Steamboat companies, assessment of 2, 10 

Street railway companies, assessment of 2, 5 

Table — ^Capital stock, funded debt, etc 104 

Table — Recapitulation of earnings 100 

Tallulah Falls Railway, assessment of 3 

report of 47 

Telegraph companies, assessment of 2, 19 

Telephone companies, assessment of 2, 12 

Tenessee and North Carolina, assessment of 4 

report of 90 

Transylvania Railway, assessment of 3 

Turnpike companies 2, 11 

Virginia and Carolina Southern, assessment of 4 

report of 92 

Virginia-Carolina Railway, assessment of 4 

report of 93 

Warrenton Railroad, assessment of 4 

report of 94 

Washington and Vandemere Railroad, assessment of 4 

report of 95 

Watauga and Yadkin River Railroad, assessment of 4 

report of 96 

Waterworks companies 2, 18 

Wellington and Powellsville Railroad, assessment of 4 

report of 97 

Western Union Telegraph Company, assessment of 19 

Wilmington, Brunswick and Southern, assessment of 4 

report of 98 

Winston-Salem Southbound Railway, assessment of 4 

report of 99 

Yadkin Railroad, assessment of 3 

report of 49 



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